Severe Court Orders for Babar Azam in Harassment Case

Lahore, 14th January: The Sessions Court has ordered to register a case against Pakistani cricketer Babar Azam for harassing a woman.

Baaghi TV: According to reports, a court has ordered Naseerabad police station to register a case immediately against the cricket player, Babar Azam.

According to details, a petition was filed against the national cricket team captain Babar Azam after which the court directed the police to record the statement of the woman.

Additional Sessions Judge Muhammad Naeem heard the petition of Hamiza, who had filed against Azam. The woman had alleged that Babar Azam had abused her while cheating her for marriage.

The court in its order said that the woman should take the court decision and appear before the concerned SHO.

The woman is of the view that Babar Azam has been harassing her by cheating on her marriage, while neither Babar Azam nor the Pakistan Cricket Board has come forward in this regard.

It is to be noted that while giving a press conference at Lahore Press Club, a woman named Hamiza accused Babar Azam, saying that he took her away from her home under the pretext of court marriage and kept me in rented houses at different places.

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