Actor Shakib Khan files case against producer Rahmatullah under Digital Security Act
Dhaka, March 27: Actor Shakib Khan has filed a case under the Digital Security Act against producer Rahmat Ullah for making false and defamatory statements on television. On Monday (March 27) at 12:50 PM, Shakib Khan appeared in the court of Zulfikar Hayat, the judge of Dhaka Cyber Tribunal. Then he went to court to record a statement.
In his deposition, Shakib Khan said, "Rahmat Ullah gave false statements in my name on television. He suddenly came and ran away after making the remarks. He said, I have escaped from Australia twice. But there is no such complaint against me in Australia. No case has been filed against me over there."
The judge then said, "Okay, you will sign. The order will be given later."
After that, Shakib Khan signed and left the court. Shortly thereafter, the judge presented his order on the case. He directed the PBI to investigate and submit a report on June 6.
Shakib Khan's lawyer Khairul Hasan said, "I filed a case against Rahmat Ullah for making false and defamatory statements on television. The court accepted the plaintiff's statement and ordered the PBI to investigate and submit a report."
Earlier on Thursday (March 23), actor Shakib Khan filed a case against Rahmat Ullah in Dhaka Metropolitan Magistrate Arafatul Rakib's court accusing him of extortion and death threats. The court accepted the statement of the plaintiff and issued a summons to the accused Rahmat Ullah to appear in court on April 26.
Then Shakib Khan came to the Cyber Tribunal to file a case against Rahmat Ullah under the Digital Security Act. The judge asked him to come to court on Monday (March 27) morning. When he came to the court at 12:50 pm, the judge told him, "You have to come to the court on time." In response, Shakib Khan said, "Yes sir."