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Babar faces the jail for exploiting a women

Pakistan national cricket team captain Babar Azam is under a tremendous amount of pressure for a reported exploiting his ex-girlfriend (Hamiza Mukhtar) and could be jailed too.

According to the lawyer of Hamiza, exploiting someone on false promises of marriage comes under the section of 493/A which has a maximum punishment of 25 years in Pakistan’s penalty law.

Hamiza Mukhtar has accused Babar Azam the national captain across the format of Pakistan team of sexual and financial abuse soon after his (Babar) departure for an international fixture against New Zealand

The lady (Mukhtar) further said, Babar abused me for years on the pretext of the marriage and impregnated me, but I had to abort when he didn’t accept the child.

Hamiza Mukhtar told Pakistani media while holding the holy Quran that she was 14 years old and Babar was a teenager too when their relationship began a decade ago and we were in deep love but he (Babar) changed when he became famous.

She also named the former Pakistan opening batsman Imran Nazir who rescued them (Hamiza-Babar) from the police raided a hotel in Islamabad back in 2016 where we were staying.

Hamzia shared that how she stole jewelry worth 150000-200000 rupees at that time, and the selling of her car Rs 1.2 million to support her relationship with the Pakistani captain Babar Azam.

She revealed that I was satisfying him (Babar) over late-night video calls during his cricket schedule outside the city.

Hamiza Mukhtar told the police that, their families were both agreed to their marriage after they called by police but the marriage never took place and she had to file the case in court.

Babar Azam is currently ranked second in the T20I batsmen ranking who has been appointed as the captain of the Pakistan national cricket team across the format for his outstanding and consistent performances by the Pakistan cricket board.



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