HYDERABAD: Shoaib Malik's legal woes have finally come to an end as travel restrictions on the Pakistani cricketer have been lifted and his passport will soon be returned by Indian authorities.
The Andhra Pradesh High Court has ordered the Hyderabad police to return Shoaib Malik's passport.
His passport was impounded by the Hyderabad police following an FIR against him registered on the complaint of Ayesha Siddiqui.
Police have already closed the case against Shoaib and dropped all charges after Ayesha withdrew her complaint.
A delay was observed in the reurn of Shoaib's passport as the police had already submitted it in court.
However, with the court's verdict, a grand reception awaits Shoaib and Sania in Lahore.
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