LONDON: An overseas Pakistani has filed a case with the British police against Maryam Nawaz’s hate speech against Imran Khan’s children.
According to ARY News, Tariq Mahmood, a Pakistani citizen living in the UK, filed a petition against the hate speech of Maryam Nawaz at the Kent police station on the outskirts of London.
The petitioner contended that Maryam Nawaz’s statement fell into the category of hate speech and her arrival in the UK should be banned.
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The petitioner said that Maryam Nawaz, while talking about Imran Khan’s children at the Azad Kashmir rally, said that they were the grandsons of Goldsmith and were bridging the gap in the arms of the Jews.
“I requested the police to review Maryam Nawaz’s statement and take strict action against her and ban her from entering the UK,” the complainant said.
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It should be noted that Tariq Mehmood has organized several demonstrations outside Nawaz Sharif’s residence in the past and he has also formed an organization called Pakistan Patriotic Front, which also participates in demonstrations and other political activities in the UK.