SHC orders to block objectionable content from social media targeting Kubra Khan
Kubra Khan has filed a case against a malicious character assassination campaign and stated that “I am relying on our law to protect my dignity”.
According to the court order shared by Kubra Khan on Instagram, the Sindh High Court (SHC) has directed PTA and FIA to remove all the objectionable content from social media against all four actresses including Kubra Khan.
The actress shared the court order on social media and wrote, “The past four days.. have been so difficult for me and my family that I don’t think I’ll ever be able to explain in words. I couldn’t wrap my head around as to why anyone would do this to me”.
“Even after it was clarified that my name or initials were misinterpreted why was I still getting bullied so ferociously. Even before I reacted.. why were my pictures being used in such an inappropriate manner.. and then I realized.. because no one’s ever put a stop to it. Because we’re so used to being quiet. Until this story dies, another arises to do the same damage just because we didn’t speak up. But enough is enough”, said the actress.
Kubra Khan after filing a case said, “This is me, exercising my constitutional rights as a Pakistani and relying on our law to protect my dignity”.
Earlier, Adil Raja, a fugitive military officer who now owns a YouTube channel without naming any actress but mentioning the initials of names, had alleged that some Pakistani actresses and models were “trapped and used by the establishment for lewd purposes”.