Veena Malik’s ex appeals to PM Khan for help

Lahore, 4th January: Pakistani actress Veena Malik’s ex-husband has appealed to the prime minister to help him amid the custody case.

Baaghi TV: As per the recent development in Veena Malik and her ex-husband’s case regarding the custody of their children, Asad Khattak has made an appeal to the prime minister and chief of the army staff to help him out.

Asad Khattak addressed a press conference on Monday after he reached Pakistan. He informed that he had served a legal notice of Rs 500 million to Veena Malik for taking their two children to Pakistan illegally.

Khattak claimed that his former wife abducted their two kids from the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai court ruled the kids’ custody in his favour.

He said, “She kidnapped my kids from Dubai. After we divorced in 2018, the Dubai court ruled the kids’ custody in my favour. My kids hold American nationality.”

He also informed that he and his family have been receiving threats from the actress and so he appealed to Prime Minister Imran Khan and Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa to help him.

“If anything happens to me or my family then Veena Malik will be responsible for it,” he said.

In response to Khattak’s claims, Veena Malik sent a legal notice of Rs 500 million claiming that she lawfully brought her children to Pakistan.

Ther notice further stated that Khattak is misquoting the order issued by a local court of Dubai. She asked her former husband to share the court’s complete order on social media.

According to the legal notice, Malik’s reputation has been damaged for which Khattak has been asked to come out on media to apologise within 90 days.

She also claimed that in case he does not apologise, then a defamation case would be filed against him.

It may be remembered that the duo married in Dec 2013, had two children and got divorced in 2017.

Stay tuned to Baaghi TV for further updates!

Custody battle to become serious after Veena Malik’s ex-husband arrives in Pakistan

 

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