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‘India can’t act against Shoaib’



A leading women's rights activist in Pakistan jumped to Shoaib's defence on the matter of his marrying Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza.



"First of all I don't understand how can the Indian police process a case against him in India under Indian laws when the bane of contention between him and Ayesha is the Nikah which is registered in Pakistan," a noted women's right lawyer Hina Rabbani said.



She pointed out that since the Nikahnama produced by Ayesha was registered in Sialkot, the case could only be processed in Pakistan under Pakistani laws.



"Ayesha has no doubt weakened her case by not appearing in person to tell her side of the story," Rabbani pointed out.






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Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that the country supports cricketer Shoaib Malik amidst the controversy surrounding his marriage with tennis star Sania Mirza, and he has personally directed Pakistan's High Commissioner to India, Shahid Malik, to keep a tab on the situation and collect all information on the case.

Shoaib was quizzed for over two hours and his passport was also seized by the Hyderabad police on Monday following a case of fraud and cheating being filed against him by Ayesha Siddiqui, the girl who claims to be the first wife of the former Pakistan skipper.

"Shoaib Malik is a player of our team and we are proud of him," The News quoted Qureshi, as saying.

Responding to a question, Qureshi said : "We pray for Malik on his marriage decision."

Earlier, talking to reporters before leaving for India, Shoaib's brother-in-law, Imran Zafar Malik, urged people to pray for Shoaib and help him come clean from the muddle surrounding his wedding.

"People should pray to Allah to give Shoaib respect, if he is truthful," Imran said.

Meanwhile, Pakistani traders have also come out in support of the troubled cricketer urging the government to take notice of the 'humiliating' treatment being meted out to Shoaib in India.

Pakistan Traders Action Committee chairman Siddiq Memon has threatened to launch a country-wide protest over the issue.

Memon said that Indian goods would be boycotted at trade centres if any action was taken against the cricketer.

"The Indian Government should provide security to Shoaib and remove the hurdles being created ahead of his wedding. Otherwise, Indian goods available at trade centres would be set on fire," Memon said.


link - Qureshi directs Pak envoy to keep tab on Shoaib-Sania wedding row- Hindustan Times

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Every one trying to get some free cheap publicity out of this case

1. A lawyer from Andhra Pradesh filing a case against Sania
2. Womens organisation of pakistan backing shoaib
3. Some minister from pak inviting them to visit some hill station in pak.
4.Pakistan Traders Action Committee chairman Siddiq Memon has threatened to launch a country-wide protest over the issue.
 

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‘India can’t act against Shoaib’



A leading women's rights activist in Pakistan jumped to Shoaib's defence on the matter of his marrying Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza.



"First of all I don't understand how can the Indian police process a case against him in India under Indian laws when the bane of contention between him and Ayesha is the Nikah which is registered in Pakistan," a noted women's right lawyer Hina Rabbani said.



She pointed out that since the Nikahnama produced by Ayesha was registered in Sialkot, the case could only be processed in Pakistan under Pakistani laws.



"Ayesha has no doubt weakened her case by not appearing in person to tell her side of the story," Rabbani pointed out.

‘India can’t act against Shoaib’
I completely agree with Hina jee...................... Bring Ayesha in Pakistan along with Sania jee and let her fight her case in Pakistan.
 
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