Ansar Burney to sue Maya Khan for “conversion” stint on live show

Former Expert Advisor to the United Nations on Human Rights, Ansar Burney, has recently stated that he would file a legal suit against Maya Khan for creating a drama and using his worker Sunil without his permission for her Television show.

Mr. Burney tweeted this statement on his official Twitter account on Friday.

“Anchor Maya Khan again created dirty drama by inviting my office worker Sunil to her show without my permission to convert him Muslim,” tweeted Mr. Burney.

Mr. Burney also tweeted that he would send a legal notice to Maya Khan and TV owners of 10 million sterling pounds. “The ‘Burney Legal Solicitors’ London is going to send legal Notice to Anchor Maya Khan and TV owners of 10 million sterling pounds,” further tweeted the former Federal Minister for Human Rights.

Ansar Burney termed the entire “Hindu to Muslim” conversion as a “drama” by tweeting, “my worker has full right of freedom but what Sunil told me is a painful story of Drama so I have to take action.”

According to Ansar Burney, Sunil is a worker within Ansar Burney Trust and who was deliberately used by anchor Maya Khan for a recent Ramzan transmission whereby Sunil was seen converting as a Muslim.

Below is a screenshot of tweets sent from Ansar Burney’s twitter account.