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Dania is legally divorced and is no longer Aamir’s widow: Bushra Iqbal

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  • Bushra Iqbal says Dania Shah leaked her former husband’s video and she should be punished for it.
  • Bushra says family has decided to submit revision application to suspend exhumation orders.
  • “Hopefully Allah will resolve this matter in favour of Ahmed and Duaa. InshaAllah,” she adds. 

KARACHI: Bushra Iqbal, the former wife of popular TV host and anchor Aamir Liaquat Hussain — Saturday said that Dania Shah has been legally divorced by her ex-husband and is no longer his widow. 

Talking to the media persons, Bushra said that Dania — Liaquat’s third wife — agreed that she leaked her former husband’s video and she should be punished for it. 

“Dania keeps changing her statements,” said Bushra, adding that her family has launched a complaint to the Federal Investigation Agency against this gang for leaking Liaquat’s videos and breaching his privacy.

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

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

“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 former wife also wrote, “Hopefully Allah will resolve this matter in favour of Ahmed and Duaa. InshaAllah.”

Dua’s lawyer Advocate Zia Ahmed Awan said that a magistrate had earlier permitted to bury Liaquat without a post-mortem and police also did not object to it because they did not find evidence.

They said that the family did not want Liaquat’s post-mortem conducted. We’ve approached the session court on the high court’s order. The same court cannot issue two verdicts. The earlier verdict was issued without taking the family’s account in consideration.

Earlier, Liaquat’s third wife Dania released a message on her social media account demanding his post-mortem. She further criticised both Bushra and Dua for seeking media’s support after Dania demanded exhumation of the late politician’s body for a medical forensics.

“When Aamir died, Bushra did not want to face the media. But now she has also brought her daughter [to garner sympathies],” Dania wrote.

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Zaidong, the ambassador, said China will fully back Pakistan’s counterterrorism operations.

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Reaffirming on Thursday that China will provide Pakistan with unwavering support in its fight against terrorism is Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan Jiang Zaidong.

In an interview that was broadcast on television, the ambassador promised to cooperate with Pakistan and said that China will protect the interests and safety of the citizens of the two friendly nations.

Zaidong underscored that efforts to undermine the two nations’ bilateral relationship would be thwarted by China’s cooperation with Pakistan.

Also, he emphasized how crucial China-Pakistan relations have become strategically given the changing nature of the world.

In highlighting the transformative impact of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the ambassador reaffirmed his nation’s commitment to seeing it through.

In addition to creating thousands of employment, he said, “the CPEC has facilitated significant advancements in power generation and transportation infrastructure with over $25 billion in direct investments and substantial infrastructure development.”

Zaidong stressed the value of sharing ideas and knowledge between Pakistan and China, acknowledging their shared security objectives.

Stressing that both countries have a common future, he envisioned their partnership having a greater social impact.

Concerning the terrorist attack on Chinese nationals [working on the Dasu dam], the ambassador expressed gratitude to the Pakistani people for their condolences and sympathy and commended the government for its prompt action.

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Mild rain in Lahore improves the weather

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Early on Friday, light rain in the province capital Lahore and its surrounding areas improved the weather.

But rain also led to power outages in several areas of Lahore, as multiple feeders of the Lahore Electric Supply Company (LESCO) blew, leaving whole sections of the city without power.

Details show that rain was observed in a number of locations throughout the city, including Model Town, Gulberg, Garden Town, Mall Road, Lakshmi Chowk, Gulshan Ravi, Jail Road, and Sanda.

However, the Met Office has forecasted an additional day of rain for the city during the next 24.

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The government will begin coordinated action against lawbreakers in the Katcha region

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On Friday, Mohsin Naqvi, the interior minister, announced that the government would begin a coordinated operation in the Katcha region to eradicate the miscreants for good.

He stated that collaborative efforts in the Katcha region will make use of contemporary technologies, including drones.

According to Mohsin Naqvi, all security agencies, including the police, should make sure that SOPs are fully implemented in order to protect Chinese nationals living in Pakistan.

He declared that any carelessness in this respect will not be accepted at all while presiding over a meeting to review the National Action Plan’s implementation at NACTA headquarters in Islamabad.

According to Naqvi, failure to follow the SOPs for the safety of foreign nationals will result in severe disciplinary action.

“We have to outfit our departments with cutting-edge technology to eradicate terrorism,” stated the interior minister. He declared that the provinces will receive all the assistance from the federation in this area.

Anti-state forces will be permanently driven out of the Katcha region, according to Naqvi. The interior minister expressed satisfaction with the anti-smuggling operations and stated that all ministries need to make sure that smugglers face stern legal action.

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