Bareilly: The recent rumoured link-up of Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and President Asif Ali Zardari’s son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari (as reported by the Bangladeshi weekly tabloid) has drawn the ire of self-declared custodials of religion from Bangladesh and Barelvi sect of Uttar Pradesh, who claim that the relationship is illegal, adding that stones should be pelted at the duo. Clerics of the sect have also deemed a wife seeking divorce from her husband on the base of improper reasons as unacceptable. They have even warned that a man cannot approach an already-married woman.

Clerics of the sect have also deemed a wife seeking divorce from her husband on the base of improper reasons as unacceptable. They have even warned that a man cannot approach an already-married woman.

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Mufti Mohammad Kafil Hadis, from the fatwa centre of Dargah-E-Alahazrat commented on the rumoured relationship and said such a woman does not deserves to go to heaven. A one-man woman is the one whom everybody looks up to, he said.

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There are similar laws applicable to men as well, which prohibits them from being in a relationship with an already married woman. Men should not even think of approaching a married woman, he added. The society should boycott such people, he asserted.

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Meanwhile, Imam of Jama Masjid, Mufti Azizur Rahman spoke on the same lines and said that women with such traits are unacceptable. Citing rules for divorce he said, Islam doesn’t allow a woman to seek divorce from her husband for another man.

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Meanwhile Hina Rabbani Khar’s multi-millionaire husband Firoze Gulzar, after the media buzz had officially moved an application, seeking details of Khar’s phone calls.

The rumoured romance, which Hina Rabbani and Bilawal Bhutto otherwise managed to keep under the wraps, came to light when the duo was caught in a compromising position inside the President’s house by Zardari, where Bilawal also resides.

(JPN/Bureau)

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