Allama Zameer is all set to take legal actions against Mockers

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When everyone at this time seems busy with the preventions of Coronavirus, we have some superhuman who are dealing with their other level of problems.

Yes, we are talking about Allam Syed Zameer Akhtar Naqvi, who is a Pakistani Shia scholar, public speaker, and Urdu poet.

Allam Zameer recently posted a video on Facebook in which he was clearly giving the shut up call to those who are making fun of him via memes and videos.

 

علامہ ضمیر اختر نقوی كا سوشل میڈیا پر اپنے خلاف ہونے والے مزاحیہ الفاظ , میم , یا کارٹون بنانے والوں کو سخت پیغام اور انکے خلاف قانونی کاروائی کرنے کا اعلان ۔

Posted by ‎Lyari Walay – لیاری والے‎ on Monday, March 16, 2020

 

Allama Zameer Akhtar Naqvi seems done with this joke and he doesn’t wanna be a monkey of someone anymore. His ‘Yeh to ho ga’ turns into ‘Ab yeh nahi ho ga’!

The Allama Sahab decided to pursue the legal option against those who are making fun of him and his teachings.

 

Allama Zaheer Akhtar said that there is a law in Pakistan for those who defame anyone by creating memes, cartoons, and other besmirching videos and stuff. Not only in Pakistan but in the USA there is a law in place that can punish those creating memes and cartoons, abuse, and making ‘naughty comments’ about someone.

Furthermore, he challenged all the people out there who are making fun of him via different sources, to make more memes now because once they get reported on Facebook, they will no longer get a chance to make memes about him. He adds his famous “Yeh To Ho Ga” at the end of the video in a very challenging manner.

In addition to the punishment of 15 years in jail, the guilty person will be slapped with 1 million fine according to the laws.

 

This meme game about Allama Zameer starts when in one of his videos he talks about Nepali people. He narrates a fantastical story about Nepali men who would retreat to the forest for Matam and would then die. And in the evening, they would resurrect, as good as new and then go back home.

 

 

This story of Nepali people inspired countless memes and people mocked Allama Zaheer and his lectures as well. Some of us go too far and disgrace the beliefs of Shiaism. 

 

 

Although, inoffensive memes and other jokes are fine but to defame a scholar with profane and lewd jokes is not acceptable under any circumstances. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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