Major (r) Adil Raja responds to actress Kubra Khan following the orders from Sindh High Court regarding removing objectionable content from social media.
In response to the tweet of Kubra Khan, Adil Raja said: “My intention was never to target any women but to pinpoint a bigger problem pertinent in the system. I am profoundly sorry for the distress caused by speculations arising due to my giving initials, which didn’t include yours. I again appeal to avoid speculations without proof.”
Adil Raja said that he was not required to respond to Kubra Khan because he had not named her and had clarified his stance regarding the initials of the names taken in his video.
He further added, “Alright, listen guys. I wasn’t mandated to give this response to Kubra, especially after she threatened me by name to sue me in the UK courts, which I welcomed. My youngest sister specifically asked me to respond politely, after Kubra backed off. Have a heart and grow up, please.”
Alright, listen guys. I wasn't mandated to give this response to Kubra, especially after she threatened me by name to sue me in the UK courts, which I welcomed. My youngest sister specifically asked me to respond politely, after Kubra backed off. Have a heart and grow up, please. https://t.co/y7BAMZPHf5
— Adil Raja (@soldierspeaks) January 6, 2023
Yesterday, Kubra Khan sharing the High Court order said that the past few days have been an ordeal for her and their family.
In her post, she said, “The past four days have been so difficult for me and my family that I don’t think I’ll ever be able to explain in words. I couldn’t wrap my head around why anyone would do this to me even after it was clarified that my name or initials were misinterpreted why was I still getting bullied so ferociously.”
So This is me, exercising my constitutional rights as a Pakistani and relying on our law to protect my dignity and this is me saying what I want to say for all the hard-working independent women out there who are insulted daily,” the Sinf-e-Aahan actress said. “