Aamir Liaquat's Children Filed a Complaint Against Daniya Malik.
The children of a well-known anchor person and Member of the National Assembly, Dr Aamir Liaquat Hussain, who passed away last month, and former first wife Bushra Iqbal filed a complaint against Dania Malik in the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).
A day ago, Bushra Iqbal said through social media posts that she would file a case against Aamir Liaquat's third wife, Daniya Malik, in FIA's cybercrime.
Now she filed a complaint against Daniya Malik in FIA cybercrime.
Speaking to the media after filing a complaint in FIA, Aamir Liaquat's daughter Dua Aamir said she had also submitted evidence against Dania Malik to the Federal Investigation Agency.
Dua Aamir said that he wanted action to be taken against Daniya Malik, but later she jumped into the post-mortem issue herself, due to which she had to take action against her.
He said that the FIA officials had assured him of action against Dania Malik, and he had been told that all possible action would be taken after reviewing the evidence.
During this time, Dua Amir appealed to the media to support him.
While filing the complaint in the IA, Dua Amir's mother, Bushra Iqbal and her lawyer were also present.
After more than 20 years of marriage, Bushra Iqbal and Aamir Liaquat divorced in December 2020.
Currently, Bushra Iqbal is a mother to two kids: a daughter named Dua Aamir and a son named Ahmed.
Aamir Liaquat wed Daniya Malik, an 18-year-old Punjabi woman, for the third time in February 2022. Three months later, in May, the latter submitted an application to the Punjab court for a marriage annulment. Nevertheless, Aamir Liaquat had passed away before their divorce.
One month after Amar Liaquat's death, three days ago, Daniya Malik approached the court in Sindh High Court to get her husband's post-mortem done, and now her request will be heard on July 28 next week.
Aamir Liaquat was found unconscious at his residence in Karachi on June 10. He was immediately shifted to the hospital, but he did not die.
After his death, there was also a controversy over his post-mortem, his children had refused to do the post-mortem, but the police were adamant that his post-mortem must be done for legal proceedings.
Aamir Liaquat's children and ex-first wife had initially obtained orders from the local court in Karachi and later from the Sindh High Court not to conduct the post-mortem.
An unknown citizen also requested the post-mortem of Aamir Liaquat, on which the court also ordered his burial. Still, later the Sindh High Court suspended that order at the request of Aamir Liaquat's children.
Now Daniya Malik has filed a request in the Sindh High Court to exhume Aamir Liaquat and conduct his post-mortem, which is likely to be heard on July 28.
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