Chief Justice’s mother in law Audio leak

Chief Justice's mother in law Audio leak

Alleged audios of Mahjabeen Noon has sparked another controversy in Pakistan. Mahjabeen Noon is mother in law of Chief Justice Umar Atta Bandiyal. The audio conversation was with wife of lawyer Khawaja Tariq Raheem’s wife Raafiya Tariq.

The audio gone viral on social media in which Chief Justice’s mother in law was talking about the safety and well-being of Chief Justice Umar Atta Bandiyal.

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To response to her concern about safety and protection of her son in law, Rafiya Tariq said that Justice Bandiyal is not alone, whole country is praying for his safety. The conservation was going well until it took a major political turn towards elections.

Opponents as Traitors

Chief Justice’s mother in law expressed her frustration on Punjab elections and also called their opponents as traitors. Raafiya Tariq responds like, its Chief Justice’s rights to take suo-moto action. Mahjabeen Noon also said that it is not only Chief Justice but previous Chief Justises also enjoyed this opportunity.

Chief Justice’s mother in law directed Raafiya to stay with Umar Atta Bandiyal while Raafiya suggested that Naveen should not come either. Raafiya Tariq also said that if elections postponed, the chances of martial law will get ripe.

After audio leaked, it sparked a heated debate on social media. Some people are criticizing Chief Justice’s mother in law for interfering in political matters while others are defending her for expressing concern about her son-in-law’s safety.

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Federal Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that, “Are the political decisions being taken according to the wishes of family?”. They are trying to segregate the nation. The interior Minister demanded the forensic analysis of audio to check credibility.

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