"The cause of death should be known."
Syeda Bushra Iqbal, the first wife of late host Aamir Liaquat Hussain, announced that she will be filing a case against Hussain’s third wife, Dania Shah, with the cybercrime wing.
Taking to Twitter, Iqbal announced that she will be filing a case against Dania and her mother:
“Today we are going to file an application in FIA Cyber Crime against Dania Shah and her mother.”
She went on to request prayers as well.
Previously, the Sindh High Court (SHC) approved the request of Shah, the third wife of deceased televangelist and politician, to be made a party in the case regarding his autopsy and ordered the relevant parties to prepare for it.
Shah, who filed for divorce shortly before Aamir Liaquat’s death, requested the high court to conduct his post-mortem in front of the SHC bench.
During the hearing, Dania Shah’s mother came to the rostrum and said that Aamir Liaquat’s wife had the right to know the cause of death.
“My daughter was Aamir Liaquat’s wife. Aamir Liaquat Hussain was such a great personality, the cause of death should be known,” she stated before the court.
In June 2022, Hussain was found dead in his house in Karachi.
Hussain was found unconscious at his house situated in Khudadad Colony of the metropolis, according to his servant Javaid.
The 50-year-old was rushed to a hospital where he could not be resuscitated and was pronounced dead.
According to sources, the anchor had the door of his room locked from inside.
Today we are going to file an application in FIA Cyber Crime against Dania Shah and her mother.
Need prayers. #AamirLiaquat pic.twitter.com/RJcy94T3NS
— Dr Bushra Iqbal?? (@DrBushraIqbal) July 22, 2022
The servant knocked on it several times in the morning but to no avail. He revealed that Hussain had complained of chest pain the night before.
He announced his third marriage to Dania Shah in February 2022.
But in May, she filed for divorce, accusing Aamir of forcing her to make adult videos to “send to people abroad” and locking her up for five days if she refused to do it.
She also claimed that she was younger than her supposed age of 18.
Meanwhile, Dania’s mother Salma Begum said the couple had not finalised their divorce, adding that Aamir had contacted the family in a bid to reconcile with Dania.
Salma expressed her condolences and said Aamir’s sudden death caused “great distress” to her family.
She said: “Aamir Liaquat wanted to reconcile with Dania from the first day after she filed for khula (woman’s right to divorce).
“I told him to take care of himself first as things had turned out to be complicated. The divorce had not been finalised yet.”
After Dania had filed for divorce, she leaked indecent videos of Aamir.
Aamir Liaquat Hussain reacted, saying: “These people are paying heed to a 14-15-year-old.
“Anyone who consumes alcohol cannot recite these verses. Everyone has buried my reputation in the mud over a girl whose interviews should not have taken in the first place.
“She filed for divorce and I was complying with it. All these new YouTubers and so-called journalists who have come forward have done great injustice to Pakistan.”
He added: “I have no choice but to leave the country after this fiasco.”