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Zulfi sends a defamation notice to Bilawal

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PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari (left) and former Prime Minister Overseas Pakistani Zulfi Bukhari (right) Special Assistant. -Twitter/File

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has received a £100 million defamation notice from the former special assistant to the prime minister regarding the overseas Pakistani Zulfi Bukhari.

Buhari issued a notice after the PPP chairman disputed reports of the former aide’s alleged visit to Israel.

Bilavar criticized the government’s move at a press conference on June 28, stating that the government must “disclose the details of Zulfi Buhari’s alleged visit to Israel.”

Bilawal said: “There are reports that a plane is flying from Pakistan to Israel, so the government must clarify the details of the route to the country.”

He questioned: “If a plane flies to Israel through Pakistan, who approved it?”

He further added that because the Israeli newspaper published the report after obtaining the approval of the country’s Ministry of Defense, there are some suspicious points in the whole story.

Buhari said in a tweet that after consulting with his legal team, he decided to serve the defamation notice to the PPP chairman because he recently made “irresponsible remarks.”

The former assistant said: “His poor understanding of most things once again caused him to blurt out what he was feeding him, which caused a problem that he knew nothing about.”

In the notice sent to Bilavar, Buhari asked him to acknowledge receipt of the notice, explicitly withdraw his comments (black and white), publicly apologize in the state media, swear not to publish such defamatory remarks against him and propose payment damage.

The legal notice also stated that if Bilawal fails to perform the above operations within 14 days, legal action will be taken against him.


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