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Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

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Pakistani celebrities like Maryam Nafees Khan, Osman Khalid Butt, Junaid Khan, Anoushey Ashraf, Sarwat Gillani and Aiman Khan have recently extended their support to Khaani star Feroze Khan’s ex-wife Syeda Aliza Sultan who was allegedly subjected to domestic abuse during four years of marriage.

According to Geo News, Aliza submitted her medico-legal reports and images before the court during domestic legal proceedings on Monday. 

In the report, she claimed that she was “physically assaulted” by her former husband Feroze.

The images of blunt bruise marks on both Aliza’s arms and one side of her face went viral on social media following which several actors and actresses called out Feroze for his “brutal” actions on their Instagram handle.

Mariyam Nafees was among the first one who reacted to this report as she wrote, “I’m sorry people attacked you when you spoke your truth. I’m sorry people knowingly stayed quiet. I’m sorry you had to go through this. Stay strong. We’re with you. Allah is with you.”

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

“The MLO report Aliza presented as evidence states: ‘Blunt injuries on both arms, back, chest and face.’ I know we’re an incredibly desensitised society but read that again. Let it sink in,” commented Osman.

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

Mansha wants everyone to speak in favour of justice as she argued, “There’s no excuse, no fandom, no friendship and no idolisation so important that allows us to ignore violence and make excuses. It’s time to put a stop to this!”

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

Aiman shared her views about domestic violence, saying “it’s not okay” and one needs to “speak up”.

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

The host and social activist Anoushey voiced her opinion and apologised to Aliza, stating, “There is no room for violence in my world and I’d be sorry to turn a blind eye to this one.”

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

“Ban wife beaters and cheaters from representing our industry,” retorted Sarwat.

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

Junaid, on the other hand, commended all those women who “speak up against domestic abuse”. While he also mentioned that to eradicate misogynistic cultures, “we need to become voice of those women who cannot speak up”.

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

Singer Asim Azhar also spoke out that there’s “no other side of the story”.

Pakistani celebrities root for Syeda Aliza Sultan after abuse evidence emerge against Feroze Khan

Meanwhile, Aliza revealed on her social media last month that “during marriage of four years” she had to “endure infidelity, blackmailing and degradation” in addition to constant physical and psychological violence “at her “husband’s hands”.

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The IHC upholds Bushra Bibi’s request to be transferred from Bani Gala to Adiala Jail.

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Bushra Bibi’s request to be transferred from Bani Gala to Adiala Jail was granted by the Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday.

The former first lady Bushra Bibi’s application to be transferred from Bani Gala sub-jail to Adiala was heard today.

Details reveal that the Islamabad High Court heard a motion to restore the denied petition about the relocation of Bushra Bibi, the wife of PTI founder, from sub-jail Bani Gala to Adiala.

The application for the reinstatement of appeal was heard by Justice Miagul Hassan Aurangzeb. When state attorney Abdul Rehman entered the courtroom on behalf of the state, Usman Riaz Gill represented the former first lady.

State counsel did not object to the appeal being restored during court proceedings. At the following hearing, the court asked for assistance in determining what conditions must be met for a location to be designated as a sub-jail.

The court also mandated that Bushra Bibi’s medical examination be scheduled. The court subsequently delayed the hearing and gave instructions to fix the appeal for April 22.

Recall that the attorneys for former first lady Bushra Bibi, Barrister Salman Safdar, Usman Riaz Gill, and Khalid Yusuf Chaudhary, had filed an application to restore the dismissed appeal a day ago, but the Islamabad High Court had denied their request to pursue the case.

The petition contended that the traffic gridlock at the Sarina Chowk checkpoint was the reason for the delay in getting to the court.

The attorneys did not purposefully take their time getting to court. They warned that the petitioner would suffer irreversible loss if the petition was not resurrected.

IHC Justice Miangul Hassan Aurangzeb has voiced his displeasure at the absence of attorneys from the court.

According to Judge Aurangzeb, the former first lady would have been imprisoned if Bushra Bibi’s attorneys had prevailed in this case. The attorneys themselves were opposed to Bushra Bibi’s incarceration.

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oath-taking ceremony for the Balochistan cabinet postponed

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The Balochistan cabinet’s oath-taking ceremony, which was supposed to take place at the Governor’s House today (Thursday), has been rescheduled.
The Governor’s House spokeswoman announced that the Balochistan cabinet’s swearing-in event has been postponed. Nevertheless, there was no explanation provided for the ceremony’s postponement.

It is important to note that the 14-member Balochistan cabinet, which consists of two members from the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) and six ministers from the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) was set to take the oath of office today, Thursday.

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PMD forecasts rain throughout the majority of the nation.

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During the next 24 hours (Thursday–Friday), the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) has predicted rain, windstorms, thunderstorms, and a few torrential downpours or hailstorms throughout the majority of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Gilgit-Baltistan, Kashmir, Islamabad, Punjab, and Balochistan.

In several areas of Sindh, a rain-windstorm/thunderstorm is anticipated. Much of Balochistan is being hit by a powerful westerly wave trough, which is expected to spread to the top regions by April 18.

Prolonged downpours have the potential to cause flash flooding in Balochistani local streams and drains, particularly in Gwadar, Jiwani, Pasni, Ormara, Kech, Awaran, Kharan, Panjgur, Washuk, Noshki, Lasbela, Khuzdar, and Kalat.

On April 18–20, heavy rains could cause flash floods in tributaries of the Kabul River as well as in Dir, Swat, Chitral, Kohistan, Manshera, Gilgit–Baltistan, Kashmir, and other areas.

Lower Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Murree, Galiyat, Kashmir, and Gilgit-Baltistan are among the regions where landslides may occur.

At this time, standing crops, power poles, cars, solar panels, and other objects may sustain damage from wind, hail, and lightning, according to meteorologists.

Upper Sindh and Balochistan saw rain, wind, and thunderstorms in the past 24 hours. During the era, there were also significant rainfalls in South Balochistan. Wednesday’s highs of 42 degrees Celsius in Mithi kept it as the country’s hottest spot.

Officials reported that lightning-related storm-related occurrences claimed the lives of at least 65 people in Pakistan, where the rate of precipitation in April has so far been roughly twice that of previous years. Floods and house collapses were caused by heavy downpours that occurred between Friday and Monday. Lightning claimed 28 lives.

32 people, including 15 children, have killed and over 1,300 homes have been damaged in northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which has suffered the greatest victim count.

The meteorological experts report that there is little probability of rain, despite the fact that drizzle fell in numerous areas of Karachi.

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