Muniba Mazari’s ex-husband Khurram Shahzad, a former fighter pilot of Pakistan Air Force, has approached a court and sued her for allegedly defaming him on public platform, distorting facts about their relationship and injuring his repute.
The ‘Iron Lady of Pakistan’ has again spoken out, saying that she left him and that she’s glad she did. Mazari has now revealed through twitter some more details about her past life.
While replying to the tweets, some supporting while other criticizing her, here’s what she said:
According to Shahzad, it was on February 27, 2008, while he was posted at PAF base Quetta, when he and Mazari were travelling from Quetta to their hometown. Upon reaching near Jacobabad, Shahzad, who was driving, said that suddenly a donkey cart appeared on the road and they met an accident in which Mazari sustained serious injuries.
Shahzad has further claimed that after the accident, Mazari started visiting foreigners in diplomatic enclaves and embassies with her brothers. She developed an interest in modeling and singing, which was against moral, religious and social values and against the customs of Shahzad’s family. He added that Mazari left his house of her free will in 2014 and filed for divorce the next year.
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— The Daily Mail - People's Daily