Pakistani entertainer Veena Malik’s ex Asad Khattak claims he made an honest effort to welcome the entertainer on the ‘right way’. In his ongoing string of tweets, he says he met the entertainer at the Dubai department and they got hitched in eight days. All the more in this way, he wedded her to welcome her on the correct way, yet couldn’t prevail with regards to doing as such. Nonetheless, the Twittersphere condemns him for wedding her just for notoriety in spite of knowing her world.
Khattak delivered a video articulation on Monday, blaming the entertainer for misleading him about everything. A month ago, Malik was served a lawful notification by her ex for taking their two youngsters to Pakistan unlawfully.
Khattak said he met Malik at the Dubai office and they got hitched in eight days. “Everybody asks me for what reason I wedded Veena Malik? Veena was reprimanded for discoloring Pakistan’s picture. As a Muslim, I wedded Veena to welcome her on the correct way,” Khattak said.
Lamenting that “he made an honest effort to retouch things” between the two, Malik’s ex said tragically the wedding couldn’t keep going for long.
Also, asserting that the previous entertainer is abusing his kids. Khattak prior gave a slander notice of Rs500 million to her for harming his standing and ‘unlawfully’ taking his kids to Pakistan from UAE.
As indicated by his ongoing tweets, Khattak accepts that he did everything he could to welcome Malik on the correct way. Notwithstanding, she kept on discoloring the picture of our religion as well as Pakistan.
Khattak requests backing and equity
Taking to his Twitter, the ex of the film entertainer expresses, “The one who investigated every possibility in discoloring even an unadulterated relationship like a mother. All of you need to know why I wedded Zahida Bibi pseudonym, Veena Malik. Here is the reason.”
‘You wedded her for distinction rather, not Allah,’ web-based media clients scrutinize Khattak
“You were hitched to a big name, sir not a lost lady. There are a lot more ladies who have gotten sidetracked because of impulse and need to carry on with an existence with honor and pride. What number of them did individuals wed out of compassion? Didn’t you thoroughly understand it?”
“You needed to get acclaim by wedding her. You both got a similar attitude. It would have been exceptional if the youngsters would have been squashed in the factory of persecution for the remainder of their lives. In such cases, one should think before marriage. Presently, whatever disgrace you both bring to yourself, the lives of youngsters have been destroyed.”