Report Submitted in Sindh High Court Against Kubra Khan and Mehwish Hayat

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In a significant pace, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has officially notified the Sindh High Court (SHC) that all objectionable content directed at actress Kubra Khan has been effectively removed. This revelation comes through a report submitted by FIA’s cybercrime wing to the SHC, addressing concerns pertaining to content criticizing these artists.

The issue extends beyond Kubra Khan, encompassing various other artists, including Mehwish Hayat, who have found themselves intent in what is described as a ‘false campaign’ on multiple social media platforms.

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Acknowledging the gravity of the situation, the FIA acted promptly to fix the problem, ensuring the removal of offensive content. This proactive attitude underscores the agency’s commitment to protecting the reputation and well-being of public figures, a vital aspect of cybercrime control.

In response to these unfolding developments, the court has summoned an official response from the legal representatives of Kubra Khan. The hearing on this matter has been suspended to the next scheduled date.

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Expanding on these legal actions, Mehwish Hayat has followed in Kubra Khan’s footsteps by approaching the court. She appeals to the court to take stringent measures against those responsible for propagating false and defamatory content about her. Furthermore, Mehwish Hayat has called upon the court to address the offensive remarks attributed to YouTuber Adil Raja.

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Kubra Khan had previously brought her concerns to the court’s attention, subsequently motivating Mehwish Hayat to initiate legal proceedings against Adil Raja and others responsible for distributing insulting content.

As these legal proceedings unfold, the judiciary plays a pivotal role in preserving the dignity and reputation of individuals. It ensures that the propagation of false or harmful content is prompt and effectively addressed.

Ammara Ahmed

Ammara Ahmed

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