FIA refuses to remove Rabi Pirzada’s leaked videos


Arhama AltafWeb Editor

06th November, 2019
FIA refuses to remove Rabi's leaked data

Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Wednesday has denied to remove Rabi Pirzada’s leaked videos which surfaced online a few days back.

The FIA has denied the removal of Rabi Pirzada’s photos and videos from social media websites, saying it is the duty of Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) and the request of the singer in this regard has been forwarded to the PTA.

According to the details, Rabi Pirzada had approached the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) after her private videos went viral on social media.

Rabi said she sold her mobile phone and her data was stolen from it. She has also filed an application against the shop.

The leak and theft of private data is a punishable offense under the Prevention of Electronic Crimes Act (PECA) of 2016, with a prison sentence of up to seven years and a fine of up to Rs10 million.

Several users on social media came out in support for Rabi.

Yesterday, after seeking action against those who breached her privacy, Rabi has now announced she is quitting her showbiz career.

In her recent tweet, she has announced that she is leaving Pakistan entertainment industry and she hopes that people stop criticizing her for her actions.

Moreover, Popular Singer Meesha Shafi came out in support for Rabi and strongly condemned the leaking of videos.

In a tweet Meesha said that she highly condemns the leaking and sharing of these private videos and will always raise her voice when a victim is being shamed and humiliated even though Rabi had accused her of doing a publicity stunt when she accused Ali Zafar.

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