Babar Azam & family asked not to harass woman alleging rape

Muhammad UsmanMultimedia Journalist

05th Dec, 2020. 02:26 pm
Babar Azam rape case

On Saturday, Lahore sessions court has ordered Babar Azam and his family to stop harassing Hamzia Mukhtar, the woman who was allegedly raped by the Pakistan cricket team captain.

Earlier, on behalf of Babar Azam, Advocate Mubashir Sajjad had submitted the power of attorney. Meanwhile, the police were unable to submit a complete report in the court as the accuser did not show up at the police station when called.

Hamzia Press Conference:

While addressing a press conference at Lahore Press Club, the girl named Hamzia alleged the national team captain sexually and physically abused while in a relationship before entering into the cricket.

The girl said they both were school-fellows and also lived in the same vicinity.

She claimed that Babar Azam proposed to her in 2010 and she eloped with Babar for court marriage in 2011 because both her and Babar’s families did not agree to the proposal.


She kept on saying that they had lived then in different houses at Gulberg and Punjab Housing Society. However, Babar refused to marry her.

Hamiza said she got a job and supported Babar financially and gave away all the income she earned from her saloon to Babar Azam. She claimed that she has played a key role in making Babar Azam a cricketer by financing him.

She said Babar has been exploiting her for ten years by giving false promises of marriage.

Hamiza Mukhtar further said that in ten years Babar Azam took crores of rupees from her out of which not a single rupee has been returned yet.


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