Allama Zameer Akhtar Naqvi is done with being the butt of the joke. The Islamic scholar said he’ll be pursuing legal options against those making fun of him from now on.
While harmless fun is okay, the scholar had been the subject of profane and lewd jokes. Which is neither funny nor okay (Khadim Rizvi should take notes).
Allama Zameer Akhtar Naqvi said that there is a law in place in the United States and Pakistan that can punish those creating memes and cartoons, abuse, and making ‘naughty comments’ about someone. He claims the law can punish such crimes with up to 15 years in prison.
He challenged people to make memes now, stating that once they’re reported to the Facebook office they’ll be slapped with a Rs 1 million fine.
علامہ ضمیر اختر نقوی كا سوشل میڈیا پر اپنے خلاف ہونے والے مزاحیہ الفاظ , میم , یا کارٹون بنانے والوں کو سخت پیغام اور انکے خلاف قانونی کاروائی کرنے کا اعلان ۔
سب شرارتی لوگ مکمل سنیں ، پھر نہ کہنا کہ خبر نہ ھوئی pic.twitter.com/BoSXVdKxjz
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The religious scholar went as far as to predict what will happen to those who make memes about him. He narrated a hypothetical situation of how the families of those reported will become homeless beggars.
“Your families will be in debt and be forced to beg like countries of the world beg to evade the Coronavirus.”
Since then Allama Zameer Akhtar Naqvi’s video has been making rounds on the Internet. And yes, there have been many ‘naughty comments’ made by netizens. What do you think? Do you think ‘will this happen?’
یہ تو ہوگا 😜🤣
— اعجاز احمد راجہ 🍁 (@a_ahmedraja) March 17, 2020