Pakistan's popular folk singer ABRAR-UL-HAQ has been ordered to change the lyrics of a hit track following complaints from a school girl.
Pakistan's Supreme Court has ordered the singer to remove the name Parveen from the song after a college girl with the same name complained male students teased her by singing the lyrics.
A court official says, "The court has asked Abrar-ul-Haq to omit the name of the girl and some other objectionable words in his lyrics."
Haq says he will abide by the court decision.
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