Meera’s case reaches LHC


Lahore High Court Justice Azmat Saeed on Monday issued notice to Meera, a Pakistani actress, on a petition of Attiqur Rehman, Meera’s self-claimed husband, seeking court directions for Meera’s medical check-up to test her virginity. The court also stayed the proceedings being carried out against Rehman in a trial court until June 29. Meera, in an application, sought cancellation of the fake marriage certificate allegedly crafted by Rehman, saying that she did not marry Rehman, who was blackmailing her.
On the other hand, Rehman moved LHC, stating that he had filed an application before the trail court praying court to order Meera’s medical check-up to verify her claim of being unmarried and virgin. He said the trail court rejected his application and continued proceedings without medical check-up, which he said was essential to gauge her truth in her statement. Attiq prayed to LHC to pass orders for Meera’s medical check-up. Justice Azmat Saeed, accepting Attiq’s petition for regular hearing, issued notice to Meera and directed trail court to step proceedings until June 29.