A local court in Lahore, the capital of the Punjab province of Pakistan, has acquitted the singer, Rabi Pirzada, for having snakes and crocodiles without a license case.
The case against Rabi Pirzada was proceeding in the court of Judicial Magistrate Haris Siddiqui.
The court dismissed the prosecution’s allegations in its summary judgment and ordered that the case be dismissed.
Rabi Pirzada’s lawyer Barrister Hassan Khalid Ranjha told NewsBox, “My client has no role in the case. There were so many defects in this case that the court decided to exclude it.”
It may be recalled that in September last year, Punjab’s Wildlife Department filed a lawsuit against prominent singer Rabi Pirzada when a video of her playing with snakes went viral.
According to the Wildlife Case, Rabi Pirzada has no license to hold snakes or any reptiles. Wildlife raided on the office of Rabbi Pirzada but did not find any wildlife.