The third wife of late Pakistani televangelist Aamir Liaquat is in deep trouble after reportedly shooting and then sharing private videos of the late Aamir.
Dania Malik, also known as Dania Shah, reacted a day after a non-profit group submitted a petition asking the Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) Cybercrime Wing to take action against her.
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Dania is in Iddat, according to a woman who recently shared a video on her official social media, since she is supposed to remain in mourning following her husband’s death.
Dania’s spouse forgave her before his death, according to the manipulated video clip, which is a slideshow with voice clip.
She described the late TV personality as a “wonderful Islamic teacher” and said Aamir approached her about reconciliation.
Dania questioned the legality of a court action, claiming that her late spouse forgave her and that no such petitions are necessary. Aamir’s estranged wife has also accused the media of inciting enmity.
Dania would react to further inquiries after her Iddat period, the woman said at the end of the video.
After his third wife filed for divorce and made serious claims against him, Aamir Liaquat was discovered dead at his home on June 9. He was apparently suffering from significant mental distress as a result of constant internet trolling.
Dania had petitioned the court for a divorce from Hussain more than a month before his death.
The adolescent demanded a Rs100,000 monthly personal spending. She also sought more than Rs100 million in Haq Mehr (alimony) and other “promised by Aamir Liaquat at the time of their marriage” payments.