Lahore Court directs Federal Investigation Agency to register Harassment Case against Cricketer Babar Azam

Babar Azam could be dealing with indictments of shakedown and provocation, really not far after a Lahore court coordinated the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to register an case against the Pakistan’s cricket team captain on Thursday, 18th March.

Babar Azam has been blamed for coercing dangers and irritating a lady named Hamiza Mukhtar, who filed an FIR with the FIA.

The Lahore-based lady is a similar individual who had guaranteed a year ago that Babar Azam explicitly misused her, constrained her to have a fetus removal and made bogus guarantees of marriage.

Mukhtar had moved toward the court which guided the police to research the matter. However by one way or another the case was rarely enrolled in those days.

The Lahore court judge Hamid Hasan has coordinated the respondent FIA “to proceed further with respect to registration of the FIR against the culprits within the stipulated time following legal formalities”.

“The Honorable High Court in a connected case has already restrained the police from registering the FIR”.

“The instant order has been passed without issuing a notice to Babar in violation of his fundamental rights of fair trial as guaranteed in the constitution”.

“The order is prima facie against the law and will be assailed soon,” Babar Azam’s legitimate insight Barrister Haris Azmat said.

Babar Azam is presently gearing up to leave for South Africa to play a tournament which consist of 3 ODIs and 4 T20Is in the rainbow country from April 2 to 16. The 35-member Pakistan’s crew will leave for Johannesburg on March 26.

After the South African visit Pakistan will travel to Bulawayo on April 17 for three T20Is and two Tests against Zimbabwe. The team is scheduled to return back home by May 12.

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