Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf MPA, Haleem Adil Sheikh, has reacted to the news of his second marriage with PTI MPA Dua Bhutto.
On Friday, news of the second marriage of the opposition leader of the Sindh Assembly emerged Friday. The news became the topic of discussion on social media. Reacting to the frenzy, Haleem Adil Sheikh, said that he married Dua Bhutto according to the principles of Islam and there is no need to answer anybody.
“I have told whom I needed to inform. There is no need to make a fuss about personal matters,” he said.
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The news came when Dua Bhutto had shared the image of her newborn son on social medial. In the backdrop was written the name of the baby, Kaleem Adil Sheikh.
When asked about the second marriage, Haleem confirmed his second marriage and said that it is nothing to be kept hidden. He added that now is the time to disclose his second marriage. The picture of Dua Bhutto with her son has been making rounds on social media.
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PPP leader Taimur Talpur sent warm wishes to Haleem Adil Sheikh on Twitter, however, also complained of not being invited to the wedding.
“Keeping politics aside, I congratulate Haleem Adil Sheikh on his marriage and [the birth of his son]. The only sad part is that Haleem Adil did not invite me to his wedding, otherwise, I would have attended the reception too,” Talpur had said.
Haleem Adil Sheikh’s argument
Just a few days ago, Sheikh exchanged hot words with the administrative staff of Quaid-e-Azam House Museum in Karachi.
While visiting the Quaid-e-Azam House, Haleem Adil Sheikh got into a verbal tussle with the administrative officer. The heated argument sparked over the matter of Quaid-e-Azam House Museum’s commercial use.
On Twitter, Haleem Adil Sheikh uploaded a video of the encounter. According to the video footage, the leader of Opposition Sindh Assembly indulged in a shouting match with the staff.
As per Sheikh, the PPP wants to “make Baba Qaum’s house an annex of Zardari House after selling the whole of Sindh.”