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Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s third wife Dania Shah files for divorce

Dania Shah, Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s third wife, has filed for divorce, according to a video posted by the latter. Shah revealed that she had approached the court in order to complete the legal process. She went on to say that she had given the court proof that the public would soon learn about.

Dania accused Liaquat of being an ice addict in her divorce petition. She also claimed that the politician has a penchant for lavish lifestyles and that he used to torture her on a daily basis. She has asked the court to annul their marriage and to be renamed Haq Mehr in exchange for 11 crores, a house, and jewellery.

Her husband, she claimed, had held her captive in a small room. Aamir Liaquat used to beat Daina every day after she overdosed on drugs, according to Daina. She went on to say that he has threatened me and my parents with dire consequences.

The plaintiff has asked Punjab Chief Minister Hamza Shehbaz to assist them because they require his protection.

Aamir married Dania Shah for the third time in February 2022, as previously reported. “Last night tied the knot with, Syeda Dania Shah, 18, she belongs to an honourable Najeeb ut Tarfain ‘Sadaat’ Family of Lodhran, South Punjab, saraiki lovely, charming, simple and darling,” the politician captioned photos of their wedding ceremony on social media. I’d like to ask all of my well-wishers to pray for us; I’ve just passed through a dark tunnel after taking a wrong turn.”

He went on to say, “Saraiki is beautiful, charming, simple, and adorable. I’d like to request that all of my well-wishers pray for us. I had just passed through a dark tunnel when I realised I had taken the wrong turn.”

Following months of speculation, actor Tuba Aamir confirmed she had filed for divorce from Hussain on the same day. Tuba posted a statement on Instagram, revealing that the couple has been separated for 14 months. Tuba stated that there is “no hope for reconciliation” and that she has “opted to take Khula [divorce] from the court.”

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