Meesha Shafi Hurt By Personal Jibes At Mom, Saba Hameed In Court

As the Meesha Shafi vs Ali Zafar legal battle continues, Saba Hameed is said to be subjected to irrelevant questions at the court.

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As the Meesha Shafi vs Ali Zafar legal battle continues, Saba Hameed is said to be subjected to irrelevant questions at the court.

Now the songstress is upset over the treatment towards her mother. She pointed out how treatment like this in court, by people that are supposed to defend the law, is why victims stay silent.

The Gal Sun singer shared a video of how a lawyer asked Saba Hameed nothing of legal value. The questions instead focused on personal aspects of the lives of people the veteran actress cared about.

“Seeing my family, which is full of public figures, and especially my mother, being attacked with these irrelevant, baseless, deliberately triggering lines of questioning just to distract from the real issue is exactly the reason why victims stay quiet.”

Meesha particularly called out the ‘moral jibes’ at her grandfather and brother. The incident took place within the courtroom when Ali Zafar’s attorney made such remarks. He later apologized and the veteran starlet no longer wanted to discuss the matter.

“Very painful day. The opp council attempted to humiliate my mother in court by attacking my respected grandfather (may his soul RIP) and then my brother’s brilliant art. Both men far above the lack of stature needed for this sort of moral deprivation.”

 

Meanwhile, many public figures voiced support for the Na Tutteya Ve vocalist after she shared the video clip of how gracefully her mother handled the situation afterward.

 

Social activist Ammar Ali Jan even highlighted to cultural contributions of Hameed Akhtar. It’s just unfortunate how a legend was dragged into a contemporary issue.

 

Meanwhile, Netizens agreed that such personal jabs in a courtroom are far from appropriate.

Of course, one of the singer’s witnesses, Iffat Omar stood by her.

What do you think about the lawyer’s conduct and how this reflects on the legal community? Let us know in the comments below.

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