Full profile pyar ke Sadqay and Dukhtar star Omair Rana filed the sexual harassment charges brought against him last month high school students of Lahore.
Taking to Twitter, the actor said that sexual harassment
a heinous crime and should be treated with the seriousness that it deserves.
“At the same time the dignity and respect of people should not be falsely tainted. The law provides remedies for all and I intend to take all necessary measures to protect my constitutional rights and human rights, and to protect themselves,” he wrote.
“For those who publish or to remove libelous material against me with an unconditional apology is coming, the FIA under the law On the prevention of electronic crimes”.
Sexual harassment is a crime and should be treated with the seriousness that it deserves. At the same time the dignity and respect of people should not be falsely tainted. The law provides remedies for all and I intend to take all necessary measures …
— Omair Rana (@omairana) 20 Jul 2020
Commenting on your Instagram post, actors Hina Bayat and Simi Raheal came out to support Rana.
Hina wrote: “in God we trust and in God we put our faith to do something good! Let his divine power to bring the truth to expose the lies and to clear his name that you have worked so hard to build.”
Simi-Omair said that he was one of the best people she knew.
“Respect for the person-it’s impossible not to notice. You are a kind sensitive
respectful and enlightened… I know you for a long time…. you’re my
a friend, a friend of my children. We respect you and pray that Allah will help you
to expose an injustice and a lie,” she said.
In June, the district education authority Lahore formed
three members of the Committee of inquiry the teachers in Lahore grammar
School 1A1 accused of harassing students.
The decision was made after several students in the school
came out with their stories of harassment on social media platforms such as
Twitter and Facebook.
Rana, who often appears in the drama series, which focused on social issues, was accused of misconduct was a former student of LGS in a series of stories Instagram, who later shared a Twitter user micro-blogging site.
According to students, the suspects used to send them
inappropriate pictures and tried to touch their private parts.
The school administration fired all four employees. “These include: chemistry teacher, officer, administrator, security guard and the accountant,” management in the school.
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