Doesn't He Have Anything Better To Do?
Amidst perhaps the greatest judicial crisis in our country's history, acting Chief Justice Rana Bhagwandas is ruling on...this:
Ibrarul Haq was summoned to the Supreme Court in Islamabad over his song that apparently contained words "Parveen you are so salty".
The move came after a girl called Parveen had claimed that the lyrics embarrassed her and her family.
But Mr Haq said the song did not use the name Parveen but Parmeen - which is not a recognised name in Pakistan.
"It's a misunderstanding - the general public has misunderstood... it's not my fault," Mr Haq said.
Parveen is a common name in Pakistan, and a number of girls are reported to have been teased about the song's words.
The court case began after a university student from Lahore called Parveen wrote to Pakistan's acting Chief Justice Rana Bhagwandas, claiming that Mr Haq's lyrics embarrassed her.
The song has proved to be a hit in Pakistan, with roadside stalls and cafes playing it repeatedly.
"This matter is very sensitive and such things cannot be allowed in Pakistani society," Mr Bhagwandas was quoted as saying by the AFP news agency.
"Nobody can be allowed to hurt the sentiments of others," he said.
I just have one question. "Parveen you are so salty"? Seriously?