An additional district and sessions court in Lahore has ordered Federal Investigation Agency to register a case against Pakistan Cricket team’s captain Babar Azam along with two women for blackmailing, threatening and harassing Hamiza Mukhtar.
The ruling was issued by the Judge Hamid Hussain on the plea which was submitted by counsel of Hamiza Mukhtar. The judge directed FIA to register FIR against the offenders within the specified time after the legal formalities.
Ealier Hamiza Mukhtar blamed Babar Azam for blackmailing her. She also blamed Pakistani captain of fornication with her consent on promises of marriage. She moved to FIA in order to lodge a case against unidentified callers who were threatening her for the dire consequences and forcing her to step back from the claims against Babar Azam. Hamiza has told FIA that some people are calling her from unknown numbers and they have claimed of having objectionable photos as well as videos of her that could be leaked on social media. She has requested FIA to trace the calls and take the necessary action against the ones who are responsible.
FIA in their inquiry report has found out that the numbers belong to Babar Azam and two ladies named Salemi Bibi and Maryam Ahmed. Salemi Bibi has not yet appeared in court despite receiving three court notices while other accused told that the court that she don’t know the petitioner. Babar Azam was also summoned on 18th January but he was not able to appear in court as he was busy with Pakistan cricket team.