Case registered against Senator Hamdullah over Marvi’s application

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Police registered a case against Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) Senator Hafiz Hamdullah over his argument with social right activist Marvi Sirmed during a talk show on a private TV channel.

The FIR No 237 has been registered at the Kohsar Police Station of Islamabad under the Sections 394/506.

Women rights activist and journalist Marvi Sirmed had filed an application with the Kohsar police for the registration of a case against the JUI-F senator accusing him of threatening her with severe consequences during a programme on a private television channel.

It may be mentioned that Marvi Sirmed and Hafiz Hamdullah were involved in a fiery exchange of arguments during the recording of a programme that was to be aired on a private news channel.

Marvi Sirmed had accused Hamdullah of maligning her character along with assaulting her as well. She stated that the JUI-F senator used vulgar language against her and threatened her of severe consequences.

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  1. How long "goons" like Hamdullah will be be given tickets as a political bribe? what are his qualifications, no one knows! Its high time, Pakistan's "so-called politicians" have some khauf e Khuda, have mercy on this "unfortunate country " and let some educated honest and sincere people enter the parliament! Or other wise wait for the wrath of God upon such people.
    Abid Mahmud Ansari,
    Islamabad.

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