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False Claims Circulate About Judge Afzal Majoka in Social Media Video

Afzal Majoka

A video circulating on social media, which falsely accused Additional District and Sessions Judge Afzal Majoka of inappropriate behavior with two women, has been debunked.

The claims surfaced following Judge Majoka’s recent decision on June 27, where he rejected pleas seeking the suspension of sentences for former Prime Minister Imran Khan and his wife in the iddat (unlawful marriage) case.

According to officials and legal sources involved in the case, Muhammad Siddique, the administration superintendent of the district and sessions court in Islamabad, confirmed that the individual seen in the video is not Judge Majoka.

Additionally, lawyers Murtaza Hussain Turi and Zahid Asif Chaudhry, who appeared before Judge Majoka in the iddat case, both verified that the man in the video is not the judge presiding over their case.

A journalist who covered the proceedings, also corroborated these findings, asserting that the claims circulating online about Judge Majoka’s involvement in the video are unequivocally false.

The erroneous claims were initially disseminated through social media posts and screenshots allegedly showing Judge Majoka with the two women, purportedly compromising his position as a judicial figure.

However, the comprehensive verification process confirmed by multiple reliable sources decisively refutes these allegations, emphasizing the importance of accurate reporting and fact-checking in the age of digital misinformation.

In response to the false claims circulating online, Judge Afzal Majoka has not issued a public statement regarding the video, maintaining focus on his judicial responsibilities.

The incident underscores the prevalence of misinformation on social media platforms and the potential harm it can cause to individuals’ reputations and the credibility of the judiciary.

As the judiciary plays a critical role in upholding justice and the rule of law, such misinformation campaigns highlight the need for vigilance and responsible sharing of information to preserve public trust in legal institutions.

Efforts by fact-checking organizations are crucial in debunking false narratives and ensuring accurate reporting in the public domain.

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