New Delhi: The talk of the town these days — the rumoured romance between Pakistani Foreign Affairs Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and President Asif Ali Zardari’s son Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has given way to another speculation that the ‘oh-so-perfect love story’ may not have the ‘perfect ending’.

The Bangladeshi weekly tabloid has been updating the media and people with ‘episodes’ of the love-tale and revealed many unheard stories; however it did not mention any concrete source from where the information was gathered in the Hina-Bilawal saga.

Not surprisingly, the initial reports spread like wildfire in the media and the sensational love story ruled the cyber-world as well.

Excerpts of the Hina-Bilawal romance are as follows:

The weekly Blitz reported that that Bilawal Bhutto is in love with the 11 years older Hina Rabbani Khar. Also, President Zardari is miffed and strongly opposed to his son’s entering into marital relations with Khar — who is already married and a mother of two. Meanwhile, Khar is said to have flayed Zardari for his ‘meanness’ and advised him to stay away from her personal affairs.

Reports said that Khar’s multi-millionaire husband Firoze Gulzar has officially moved an application seeking details of two ‘suspected’ numbers; however Pakistani officials completely brushed off the alleged affair.

Referring to a prestigious national daily — the Ittefaq, the tabloid said that Islamist groups in Pakistan are likely to issue fatwa (religious decree) against Khar and Bilawal Bhutto over their illicit romantic affair, which is said to be a punishable crime under the existing law of Pakistan.

If reports are to be believed, Khar is alleged to have attempted suicide by overdosing on sleeping pills, when she discovered her husband Firoze Gulzar in a relationship with a staffer.
The romance has also drawn the ire of self-declared custodians 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.


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