LAHORE (92 News) – A local court has acquitted singer Rabi Pirzada in a case related to keeping exotic animals including snakes, alligator and pythons as pets illegally on Thursday.
A local court in Lahore heard the case against Rabi Pirzada for keeping illegally alligator, snakes and pythons. After the conclusion of the arguments by lawyers of both the sides, announcing the verdict, the court acquitted the singer.
In his arguments, Pirzada’s counsel Barrister Hassan Khalid Ranjha said that his client has no involvement in the case, whereas, the wildlife protection department had initiated action before acquiring search warrant by the concerned authorities.
The lawyer added the wildlife department has deliberately target Rabi Pirzada through the action over a personal feud. He sought the court to order acquittal of his client in the case.
On the other side, the officials of Punjab’s Wildlife Department insisted that Ms Pirzada has illegally kept the dangerous reptiles as pets and sought further action against her.
It is noteworthy that the singer Rabi Pirzada was facing charges of keeping exotic animals including alligators, snakes, pythons and other reptiles as pets.
Later, the court acquitted Rabi Pirzada in the case filed against her.
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