Rabi Peerzada lodged a complaint with FIA over video leak
On Saturday, 2nd Nov 2019, Pakistani vocalist Rabi Pirzada lodged a complaint with the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to make a move against the people who leaked her private recordings and pictures on social media. Rabi moved toward the cybercrime wing of the FIA to manage the issue after private recordings and photos of the vocalist were leaked and secretly shared on social media and WhatsApp not long ago. The FIA affirmed that it had gotten Rabi Pirzada’s grievance. The law authorization organization said has begun an examination concerning the case and that it would compose a letter to Facebook on Monday, asking the social media sites to uncover the subtleties of the individual who released the private recordings on the social networking platforms. On Saturday, a few social media users turned out on the side of the vocalist. Famous vocalist Meesha Shafi and her attorney Nighat Dad were among those sponsorship Rabi Pirzada. Taking to Twitter, Meesha said that despite the fact that Rabi had blamed her for doing an exposure stunt when she had approached with her badgering allegations against Ali Zafar, she would consistently speak loudly when an unfortunate casualty is “disgraced and embarrassed”. “Similar females who were blamed for shouting out as an exposure stunt by Rabi is guarding her genuinely today. Counting myself,” Meesha said in her tweet. “I profoundly denounce the spilling and sharing of these private recordings and will consistently speak more loudly when an injured individual is being disgraced and mortified,” she tweeted.
Human rights lobbyist and legal advisor Nighat Dad, who speaks to Meesha in the criticism body of evidence against Ali Zafar, also censured the spilling of the recordings. She said that, as indicated by the Pakistan Electronic Crimes Act, sending “non-consensual private pictures and recordings” to others is also a crime.
The same women who were accused of speaking up as a publicity stunt by Rabi are defending her unconditionally today. Including myself.— MEESHA SHAFI (@itsmeeshashafi) November 2, 2019
I highly condemn the leaking and sharing of these private videos and will always raise my voice when a victim is being shamed and humiliated. https://t.co/wUE2ZSDgor pic.twitter.com/0PQVP97iMQ
“The individuals who are weaponizing non-consensual private pictures and recordings of @Rabipirzada and the individuals who are sending them are carrying out wrongdoing under PECA,” she clarified, asking others to report the culprits to the specialists. “Try not to be a quiet observer, report these tweets and don’t advance this savagery,” she tweeted.
Those who are weaponizing nonconsensual intimate images and videos of @Rabipirzada and those who are forwarding them are committing crime under PECA. Don't be a silent bystander, report these tweets and do not forward this violence. https://t.co/S2eVtp3B4l pic.twitter.com/z0hb4friJM— Nighat Dad (@nighatdad) November 1, 2019
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