He said that the allegations against him are false, adding that propaganda is being done against him through fake social media accounts.
He said that the allegations against him are false, adding that propaganda is being done against him through fake Twitter accounts.
The petition stated there is a contradiction in the date mentioned on the affidavit and the account of the events shared in it.
Meesha was in Pakistan when she claims the incident happened while it actually happened abroad a later date.
"The events that Meesha promised and claimed took place afterwards," the petition stated.
Meesha Shafi had pleaded that the trial court has not allowed to cross examine the witnesses. Cross questioning the witnesses is fundamental right. It is not possible to cross examine on the basis of their statements without knowing the witnesses. Presenting witnesses is right of one party and cross questioning them is right of second party. Lahore High Court endorsed trail court decision.
She prayed the SC to allow her to cross question the witnesses besides setting aside high court decision.
Using the #Metoo hashtag, Shafi added that it is not easy to speak out but it is harder to stay silent. “My conscience will not allow it anymore,” she added.
Meesha had filed a complaint against Ali Zafar under the Protection Against Harassment of Women at Workplace Act 2010 while Ali Zafar had also sent a legal notice to co-artist Meesha Shafi for her allegations.
The Teefa in Trouble star had filed a defamation suit in a court in Lahore through his lawyer, asking for an apology from Meesha Shafi for levelling baseless allegations and pay Rs1 billion in damages.