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Hamza Shehbaz's alleged wife demands parliamentary committee probe against him

11:44 PM | 5 Aug, 2017
Hamza Shehbaz's alleged wife demands parliamentary committee probe against him
LAHORE - Ayesha Ahad, allegedly former wife of Hamza Shehbaz has claimed that she also has text messages to prove that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) could not guarantee the sanctity of women within the party.

She said that Hamza Shehbaz is neither Sadiq nor Ameen. 

Ahad made the demand in a press conference in the company of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders Firdous Ashiq Awan and Yasmin Rashid.

https://youtu.be/N3EX11tMJOE

Ahad demanded that a committee be formed to probe her allegations just as a parliamentary committee has been formed to investigate former PTI member Ayesha Gulalai’s allegations of harassment against Imran Khan.

"Nawaz Sharif and Kulsoom Nawaz are witnesses to my matters," she said. "Hamza Shehbaz lied to me. We got married in 2010," she added.

Ahad stated that Hamza Shehbaz had told her that he had divorced Mehrunnisa and she had believed his lie and married him.

Ayesha said that she would go to the Election Commission of Pakistan and declare that Hamza was not Sadiq or Ameen since he had lied.

"At first I could not go to the ECP since these people were powerful but now that the Supreme Court has started giving such good decisions, I will go to the commission against him," she said.

Ayesha reiterated that she was not going to the Election Commission to file a petition against Hamza Shehbaz on the behest of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.

Ayesha complained that the prime minister had formed a committee for one woman yet no one had done the same for her.

"Mian sahab, when will you have a committee formed for the daughter-in-law of your own house?" she asked.

Hamza Shehbaz, however, while talking to Geo News rebutted the claims, saying Ahad’s accusations are baseless and she had made the same accusations in 2014 in the court of law but was unable to present any evidence.

Ahad was proven to be a “liar” by the court for failing to produce any evidence, he said.

Almost immediately after her press conference, PTI chief Imran Khan tweeted asking the incumbent prime minister whether he will form a committee to "investigate serious allegations levelled by Ayesha Ahad".

https://twitter.com/ImranKhanPTI/status/893853974482300929

He also called for women's rights activists to stand by Ahad for enduring seven years of physical and mental abuse at the hands of her alleged husband.

https://twitter.com/ImranKhanPTI/status/893856210457436160

Hamza Rao is a member of the staff at Daily Pakistan. He can be reached at raohamzafree@gmail.com. He tweets at @HamzaRaoxxx

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Currency Rates in Pakistan Today - Pakistani rupee to US Dollar, Euro, Pound, Dirham, and Riyal - 17 April 2024

Pakistani currency saw minor adjustment against global currencies on April 17, 2024. US dollar was being quoted at 277.4 for buying and 280.4 for selling.

Euro comes down to 293.15 for buying and 296.1 for selling while British Pound stands at 344.25 for buying, and 347.6 for selling.

UAE Dirham AED was at 75.4 and Saudi Riyal's new rates was at 73.30. 

Today’s currency exchange rates in Pakistan - 17 April 2024

Currency Symbol Buying Selling
US Dollar USD 277.4 280.4
Euro EUR 293.15 296.1
UK Pound Sterling GBP 344.25 347.6
U.A.E Dirham AED 75.45 76.2
Saudi Riyal SAR 73.3 74.05
Australian Dollar AUD 181 182.5
Bahrain Dinar BHD 739.38 747.38
Canadian Dollar CAD 201 203
China Yuan CNY 38.45 38.85
Danish Krone DKK 40.45 40.85
Hong Kong Dollar HKD 35.57 35.92
Indian Rupee INR 3.33 3.44
Japanese Yen JPY 1.86 1.94
Kuwaiti Dinar KWD 902.26 911.26
Malaysian Ringgit MYR 58.24 58.84
New Zealand Dollar NZD 164.75 166.75
Norwegians Krone NOK 25.38 25.68
Omani Riyal OMR 722.1 730.1
Qatari Riyal QAR 76.37 77.07
Singapore Dollar SGD 204.5 206.5
Swedish Korona SEK 25.72 26.02
Swiss Franc CHF 307.11 309.61
Thai Bhat THB 7.61 7.76

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