- FIA submits case report in Lahore session courtroom.
- Babar Azam has not recorded his assertion, says FIA.
- Report claims non-appearance reveals he’s “guilty”.
A Lahore courtroom on Thursday directed the Federal Investigation Company (FIA) to file a case towards Pakistan skipper Babar Azam associated to harassment allegations.
The Lahore Periods Court docket was listening to a plea filed by a girl named Hamiza Mukhtar, throughout which the FIA submitted its report on the case.
Per the report, Mukhtar alleged that the skipper had blackmailed and threatened her, after which Azam was summoned. Nevertheless, as a substitute of the cricketer, his brother, Faisal Azam, appeared earlier than the FIA.
The captain had sought time to answer, however he has not responded and neither has he recorded his assertion with the FIA, the report mentioned, including: “It appears that he is guilty.”
Following the submission of the report, the extra session decide directed FIA to launch a criticism towards Azam and take motion towards him in step with the legislation.
In January, the Lahore Excessive Court docket (LHC) had suspended a session courtroom order directing the police to register a case towards Azam on a criticism.
Final 12 months in November, Mukhtar, hailing from Lahore, levelled violence and sexual abuse allegations towards Azam. “When I asked him to marry me, he tortured me,” she had mentioned.