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British Asian Trust by King Charles III, cuts ties with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan

The British Asian Trust, founded by King Charles III, severs connections with Rahat Fateh Ali Khan following the emergence of a violent video.

The British Asian Trust, an organization founded by King Charles III with a focus on combating violence, has decided to sever ties with renowned singer Rahat Fateh Ali Khan following the circulation of a video showing him assaulting a band member. Known for its staunch stance against abusive behavior, the Trust swiftly condemned any acts of violence after reviewing the troubling footage.

According to local reports, a representative from the British Asian Trust explained the decision to end the association with the singer after carefully reviewing the video evidence. The Trust spokesperson stated, “We have a strict policy against abusive behavior and have discontinued any affiliation with Mr. Khan. We unequivocally condemn all forms of violence regardless of the circumstances.”

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The incident, which took place in Houston, Texas, last year, captured Khan physically assaulting a band member, using slaps, kicks, and even his shoes. In response to the controversy, the acclaimed musician explained, claiming that the reality of the situation differed from what was depicted in the video.

He clarified that the incident stemmed from an internal dispute with a student named Naveed Husnain, and the “bottle” mentioned in the video contained water given by a spiritual leader, which he had misplaced.

Husnain, described as Khan’s student, came to the singer’s defense, stating that the video represented an internal matter and that Rahat had apologized to him. He highlighted his teacher’s affection and accused unidentified individuals of attempting to tarnish Khan’s reputation through blackmail.

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Established in 2007 by Prince Charles, the British Asian Trust is dedicated to addressing poverty and fostering community relations. In 2017, Khan was appointed as an ambassador by Prince Charles, a role in which the renowned singer actively participated in initiatives supporting projects in South Asia.