Ali Zafar vows to provide legal aid to innocent female prisoners

To mark International Women's Day, singer shared how he aims to help those wrongfully convicted

Entertainment Desk March 09, 2021

On account of International Women’s Day, singer Ali Zafar has vouched to provide legal aid to the poor and innocent women in prison.

Taking to Twitter on Monday, the Teefa in Trouble actor shared a conversation he had with a local TV channel. Alongside the share he wrote, “There are countless innocent and poor women in jail for years due to lack of legal representation.”

He added, “Today, I vouch to do my best, in my humble capacity, to get them the aid needed to fight for their freedom and justice but together we can do more,” he assured. Zafar then asked his followers to join his initiative on @AliZFoundation.

Earlier in January, the Jhoom singer announced a rap battle, following the rap competition he was originally hosting on his record page.

Provided the number of submissions exceeded his anticipation, he decided to shortlist 30 competitors instead of three finalists, who would participate in a rap battle judged by critically acclaimed rappers.

Acknowledging diss culture as an integral part of hip hop, Zafar went on to promise that in his humble capacity, he would provide a platform to all the rappers out there so they could utilise their talents to promote their culture to the fullest.

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