September 24, 2023

Pakistani social star Hareem Shah is always in the news on social media and traditional media due to some controversy.

Hareem Shah asks him “How are you?” To which Altaf Hussain replies that he is fine.

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A few days ago, she left Pakistan for the UK and made a video at the airport with thousands of pounds, after which the Pakistani authorities also hinted at an investigation into money laundering against her. However, he later called the video a joke and then asked the Sindh High Court to stop the Federal Investigation Agency from investigating him.

Now another video of Hareem Shah has gone viral on social media. Tik talk star Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) founder Altaf Hussain arrived outside a London court to meet.

In the video that went viral on social media, Altaf Hussain can be seen praying to Hareem Shah.

In the video, Altaf Hussain addresses Hareem Shah and says, “God bless you.”

Hareem Shah asks him “How are you?” To which Altaf Hussain replies that he is fine.

The founder of MQM says to him, “I pray to Allah Almighty to keep you happy in every problem and save you from every trouble and distress.”

However, Altaf Hussain left without taking a picture with Hareem Shah.

Regarding the meeting with Altaf Hussain, Hareem Shah said, “This is how we came here and we were present outside Kingston Crown Court. Pakistani media was standing here. He said that there is a hearing of Altaf Hussain in the court today and They have been called.

Tik Talk Star said that Altaf Hussain’s guards stopped him from meeting him after the hearing.

Hareem Shah said that he liked the founder of MQM to stay there and talk to him.

It is pertinent to mention that the hearing of the case against Altaf Hussain, the founder of the United Kingdom, for making hate speech started this week in Kingston Crown Court of London.

At the hearing, which began on Monday, Altaf Hussain was accused of inciting his supporters to violence in a telephone address from London on August 22, 2016. He was arrested in the same case in June 2019, but was later released on bail.

It should be noted that in October 2019, Scotland Yard had indicted Altaf Hussain for terrorism in a case related to one of his controversial speeches.

The trial against Altaf Hussain will continue for three weeks.

It is to be noted that Altaf Hussain had delivered an ‘anti-Pakistan speech’ on telephone from London on August 22, 2016 in Karachi, a coastal city of Sindh, after which he was banned from making speeches in Pakistan.

His party, the MQM Pakistan, had split from him.

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