Lahore Court Orders Police To Register FIR Against Babar Azam Following Sexual Exploitation Complaint | Cricket News

KARACHI: Pakistani cricket captain Babar Azam found himself in dire straits on Thursday after an additional sessional court in Lahore ordered police to register an FIR and press charges against him over an exploitation complaint sexual.
The complainant, Hamiza Mukhtar from Lahore, alleged that the cricketer sexually exploited her, forced her to have an abortion and made false promises of marriage. The petitioner has attached her medical documents as evidence.
The judge of the additional sessions, Noman Muhammad Naeem, after hearing the arguments of the lawyers for both sides, ordered the SHO of the Naseerabad police station to immediately register the FIR against Babar.
The judge noted that the allegations were disturbing and serious to warrant a full investigation.
Hamiza later confirmed that the FIR was dropped off at the Naseerabad police station.
Earlier, another additional session judge, Abid Raza, ordered Babar and her family not to harass Hamiza, who alleged that she was receiving threatening calls to withdraw the case.
The woman alleged that when she tried to register an FIR against the cricketer at the Naseerabad police station, Babar forced her to withdraw her application for marriage reassurance.
Babar, who missed the entire series in New Zealand due to a broken thumb, is currently preparing for the Home Test and T20 series against South Africa.

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