The court in Lahore accepted Veena's 'khula' divorce application and ruled in her favour after non-pursuance of the case by Khattak. As she had filed for divorce, she will to have return 25 per cent of the 'haq mehr' dower money to Khatak. InshaAllah everything will be sort out soon I have faith on Allah swt
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A Pakistani group has drafted a women's protection bill that says that a husband can "lightly beat" his wife if needed. The campaign was started by Pakistani photographer Fanhad Rajper, in response to a proposal by the Council of Islamic Ideology, a constitutional body of clerics and scholars which advises the government. The draft bill recommends that a husband should be allowed to lightly beat his wife if she refused to dress properly, talks to strangers, speaks too loudly or gives money to people without his permission. It also asks for a ban on women in combat, receiving foreign dignitaries and working in advertisements. TryBeatingMeLightly is an initiative to empower women amongst us who work towards individual and collective betterment," Rajper wrote on Facebook. Rajper's Facebook album on the campaign has received over shares, with Pakistani women of all ages coming forward with their gutsy responses to the bill. TryBeatingMeLightly , you won't survive to see the morning.
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He was talking to his sister on the phone as he walked down an alleyway leading to a car park in Derby when he was hit with a flurry of kicks and punches. Tajamal came round in hospital six hours later after suffering internal bleeding in his head, a broken nose and extensive bruising. The men he suspects of the unprovoked assault were Pakistani Muslims he had caught staring at him earlier that evening.