Iqrar ul Hassan apologized for supporting Ayesha Akram

In response to Ayesha Akram‘s newly leaked audiotape phone call, Iqrar Ul Hasan, a well-known newscaster and senior journalist, issued an apology for supporting her.

On ARY News, he has a long history of collaboration with Sar-e-Aam, and during Ramadan, he can be seen hosting segments of the Naiki Program. Their involvement in charitable initiatives is also growing.


You should be aware of one thing, which we’ll mention below. Iqrar Ul Hassan is receiving negative feedback on social media as a result of the events surrounding the Ayesha Akram-Minar-e-Pakistan case.

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Iqrar Ul Hasan uploaded an apology video on his official YouTube channel. He stated in a video that he supported tiktoker ayesha akram because she was the victim in the Minare Pakistan harassment case.

Sorry for standing with Ayesha Akram, calling her a sister and placing my hand on her head when she began haggling with others who exposed themselves in public. I sincerely apologize for this.

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I still believe that what happened to her was wrong, but I believe that she went even further wrong by jeopardizing her reputation. This was a situation in which I did not have any stubbornness or ego, I swear to you by Allah, the One and Only. However, she was planning to collect Rs 5 lakh from the falsely accused, deal with them, and harass them, knowing full well that the vast majority of those detained were poor people.

If you believe that Allah has ever taken away a good deed from me, please pardon me for the charity that that deed provided to others. I made a serious blunder when I attempted to discriminate between the oppressor and the victimized.


He added that he now apologizes to everyone for supporting her because she sold her honour in order to obtain money from the poor people who were nominated in her harassment suit.

His tweet said as follows: “I sincerely apologize for siding with Ayesha Akram, who began bargaining with those who exposed themselves in public, and for any inconvenience this has caused. It was not stubbornness on my part; I truly believed that something was wrong with Ayesha and that we should rally around her; however, she betrayed her honour by selling it.”

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