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Uzma Khan withdraws her case against Malik Riaz’s Daughter

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Reminds me of the famous GOT quote, Power is Power. And again, power won in the country of Pakistan when after a week of struggle, hustle and pain, Uzma Khan decided to go for a settlement.

Recently video clips went viral in which women along with their guards were seen entering Uzma’s home and assaulting her and her sister. All of a sudden the whole nation stood by her and showed their support in her fight against the rich mafia of our country.

A first information report (FIR) of the incident was registered on Wednesday (March 27) on Uzma’s complaint against Riaz’s daughters Pashmina Malik and Ambar Malik, Amina Usman Malik (wife of Usman Malik), and 15 unidentified armed men — the private guards with whom the three women had entered the house seen in video clips.

Uzma had later denied having cut a deal with the persons involved in the violence. “These are just rumours and I reject them making it clear that no such effort is being made,”

But now Uzma decided to settle and she submitted an application saying that it was ‘Just a misunderstanding.

She said no challan had so far been submitted in the case. “I don’t want to give any testimony or deposition in the above-stated case,” Uzma added.

Her sister, Uzma stated,  “[The] accused party has not made any torture upon me,” she submitted, adding that the injuries she was seen to have sustained in social media videos were caused by broken “glass from [a] table”.

She further said the suspects nominated in the FIR are “innocent”.

“My sister namely Uzma Khan got registered the instant FIR due to misunderstanding. Therefore, the same may very kindly be cancelled,” Huma added.

 

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