Court summons Shoaib Malik

Express April 26, 2010


Shoaib Malik has been summoned by the Lahore Sessions Court on May 3 after 2 petitions were filed in Lahore High Court (LHC) and Sessions Court condemning celebrations of Shoaib and Sania's marriage in Sialkot.

Hasan Shiraz, a resident of Sialkot had filed a petition in LHC saying the wedding celebrations had violated the one-dish rule.

The second petition was filed by another Sialkot resident named Safdar who has challenged the alleged sale of passes for the reception ceremony.

The petitioner said that the entire nation wanted to welcome the couple but everyone could not afford to buy the entrance pass.

According to a source, the passes were sold at Rs15,000 per head.


Azhar | 12 years ago | Reply Please leave them alone and let them start their life. It seems like big jock. Nobody care about if AWAN-E-SADER is being used for marriage ceremony.Look at our corrupt politicians. Nobody dear to touch them.
aam | 12 years ago | Reply it is their personal matter and some one has no right to interfere with their personal life and pakistani media should highlight the main issues of pakistan instead of unnecessary of coverage of shoaib's marriage.
Replying to X

Comments are moderated and generally will be posted if they are on-topic and not abusive.

For more information, please see our Comments FAQ


Most Read