Petition ask FIA to take action against Dania Shah for leaked videos

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A Karachi-based non-profit organization has filed a petition against Dania Shah over allegedly leaking the private videos of late televangelist Aamir Liaquat Hussain.

Videos had instantly gone viral on social media. The incident happened a few weeks ago after the separation between Aamir Liaquat Hussain and Dania Shah. The petition has been filed in Karachi’s session court. The petition maintains that Dania Shah allegedly leaked the private videos that later went viral.

It pleaded the court to ask the Cybercrime Wing of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to initiate action against Dania Shah for recording the objectionable videos and then posting them on social media due to a domestic dispute. The petition was filed after the Karachi City court had ordered the postmortem of Aamir Liaquat Hussain. The autopsy was denied by the heirs of Aamir Liaquat Hussain during the time of the funeral.

Barrister Arsalan had insisted that the untimely and mysterious death of Aamir Liaquat Hussain has raised suspicion.

Dania Shah responded to the petition filed against her. She posted an edited audio clip on her Instagram account. An unidentified woman in the audio clip is heard saying that Dania Shah is in iddat (mourning) following the death of her husband Aamir Liaquat Hussain hence she is required to stay home. The woman mentioned that the late Aamir Liaquat had forgiven Dania Shah before his death.

Dania Shah has already claimed that things had settled between them and that Aamir Liaquat Hussain had contacted her for reconciliation.

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According to the mother of Dania Shah, she is the legal heir to his properties. In an interview on a private website, the mother of Dania Shah said that they are not greedy since they live in the same house. She said that though a divorce case has been registered they were not divorced hence Dania Shah is the widow of Aamir Liaquat and his legal heir.