Dania Shah keeps changing statements, should be punished: Aamir Liaquat’s ex-wife Bushra

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Dania Shah keeps changing statements, should be punished: Aamir Liaquat’s ex-wife Bushra

Liaquat’s daughter has submitted application in a sessions court to suspend exhumation orders of her late father’s body

KARACHI: Former PTI leader and televangelist Aamir Liaquat’s ex-wife Bushra Iqbal has slammed his third wife Dania Shah, calling her to be punished for leaking Liaquat’s private videos and changing statements regarding the matter.

A revision application to suspend exhumation orders of the late politician has been submitted in the court of session judge east by his daughter Dua Aamir.

“Dania is not Aamir Liaquat’s widow. She has been legally divorced,” Bushra said, adding that Liaquat’s family has filed an application against the gang for leaking her former husband’s videos breaching his privacy.

She also said that Aamir was depressive, while Dania accepted making those videos.

Taking to Twitter, Bushra also informed her followers about the family’s decision to submit a revision application in the sessions court to suspend exhumation orders of the late televangelist.

“We are going to submit a revision application in sessions court to suspend the order of the exhumation of Late Aamir Liaquat,” she tweeted.

Liaquat’s ex-wife also wrote:

Dua Amir’s lawyer and barrister, Zia Ahmed Awan, said the magistrate had previously allowed his Liaquat to be buried without an autopsy, and police also objected because they could find no evidence. said there wasn’t.

He said his family did not want Liaquat’s autopsy. We approached Sessions Court by order of the High Court. He cannot serve two judgments in the same court. The earlier verdict was issued without taking the family’s account in consideration.

A suspension order was issued against Liyaquat’s autopsy decision after hearing arguments from Awan’s lawyer, the petitioner’s lawyer on behalf of a separate Eastern magistrate.

The court requested a response by 11 August from citizen Abdul Ahad, who had filed a petition for the excavation of Liaquat’s body.

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