Actress Uzma Khan demands justice after roughed up by business tycoon’s daughters

By: News Desk      Published: 04:40 PM, 27 May, 2020
Actress Uzma Khan demands justice after roughed up by business tycoon’s daughters

Actress Uzma Khan has accused daughters of a business tycoon of storming her house and threatening to kill her.

Earlier, Uzma Khan was accused of having an affair with the son-in-law of business tycoon Malik Riaz.

A leaked video of Uzma Khan with her sister went viral on different social media platforms.

Uzma Khan who got fame from the movie “Jawani Phir Nahi Ani,” along with her sister, their video went viral over social media when a clip popped up on the scene in which Malik Riaz’s daughter tortured Uzma Khan for having an affair with her husband.

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The woman whose voice can be heard in the video clip claims she forced the two sisters to accept having an affair with her husband.

To clarify the controversy, Uzma Khan released a statement which reads, “I have been shamed, blackmailed, harassed, been threatened to be killed in past 3 days. I feel I have nothing to lose now and I have decided to fight the strongest people of Pakistan. For me it is either I get justice or I will be killed but there is no turning back now, I will fight against daughters (Amber Malik and Pashmina Malik) of Malik Riaz who stormed into my house around midnight with 12 gunmen.”

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Uzma further adds, “I am an orphan so you can’t kill my parents. Maximum you can do is kill me. Since you’ve shamed me in front of the whole world anyway. Since I’m a woman and obviously the vulnerable and easy target, carry on but now I will fight till my last drop of blood.”

She concluded saying: “I request Punjab police to register my FIR and conduct me and my sisters medical examination (my basic right) before our wounds start to heal. I hope I am as much Pakistani as Malik Riaz. O'ALLAH save me from the wrath of these people! Ameen.”