In Islam, the punishment for adultery is the same for men and women: Jawariya Siddique

Many men think that, despite having a wife, they are allowed everything. In Islam, the punishment for adultery is the same for men and women, claims Jawariya Siddique on Twitter.

According to the report of Baaghi TV, well-known social media activist Jawariya Siddique, has said that many men think that even though they have wives, they are allowed to do everything. She adds that in Islam the punishment for adultery is the same for both, men and women.

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Tweeting on the social networking site Twitter, Jawariya Siddique said, “I think now is the time to legislate in our country on infidelity, cheating on wives, men’s secret affairs, not fulfilling the economic and marital rights of the wife. Women are being exploited in these matters.”

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“Many men think that even though they have wives, they are allowed everything and can have girlfriends, so remember that in Islam, the punishment for adultery is the same for men and women,” she said.

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It is to be noted, that while announcing the action in the Uzma Khan violence case, the police has registered a case against Malik Riaz’s daughters and Amna Usman Malik wife of Malik Usman. According to sources, the case has been registered at Defense C Police Station, Lahore.

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In this case, the daughters of Malik Riaz and Amna Usman Malik have been charged. In the petition filed by Uzma Khan, it has been said that Amna Usman Malik has also threatened her life.

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The FIR states that Malik Riaz’s daughters came to our house by force and as soon as they arrived, they started torturing us. Riaz’s daughters poured kerosene to set fire to actresses allegedly having relations with her husband, Malik Usman.

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Malik Riaz’s daughter got angry with the actresses, on which she poured kerosene on the two actresses Uzma Khan and Huma Khan. Whether the motive of Malik Riaz’s daughter was to scare or set fire to the model-actresses, is not clear.

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The video of Malik Riaz pouring oil on social media has gone viral. Malik Riaz’s daughter, along with her bodyguards, forcibly entered the house of well-known model Uzma Khan, threw petrol on the model and allegedly stabbed her sister Huma Khan. She also threatened to burn the model-actress, Uzma Khan.

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