Petitioner Muhammad Hanif withdrew case against Chairman PTI.
Petitioner said he wanted to withdraw case on technical grounds.
ISLAMABAD: A court of a judicial magistrate in Islamabad dismissed a plea seeking action against the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman for solemnizing Nikah against Sharia with Bushra Bibi as the plaintiff withdrew his petition.
Civil Judge Qudratullah heard the alleged illegal Nikah case of Chairman PTI and Bashra Bibi in the District and Sessions Court Islamabad.
During the hearing, petitioner Muhammad Hanif withdrew the case against Chairman PTI.
The petitioner said that he wanted to withdraw the case on technical grounds, on which the court accepted the petition and dismissed the case.
It should be noted that the petitioner had accused Chairman PTI and Bushra Bibi of Nikah during the Iddat period.
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Earlier, petitioner, Muhammad Hanif claimed that Bushra Bibi was divorced by her former husband in November 2017 and married Khan on January 1, 2018, even though her Iddat period had not ended, which is against the Sharia and Muslim norms.
The complainant submitted in the court the statements of Mufti Muhammad Saeed who conducted the marriage between Imran and Bushra, and Awn Chaudhry Imran’s close friend one of the witnesses at the wedding.