In his first interaction with the media after arriving in Hyderabad last Friday, former Pakistan cricket skipper Shoaib Malik stressed that he was not going to discuss anything relating to his alleged earlier marriage with another Hyderabad girl Ayesha Siddiqui. However, he stated that his marriage with Sania Mirza would take place on April 15.
Meanwhile, acting on a complaint filed by Ayesha Siddique, the Banjara Hills police on Sunday booked a case of cheating, harassment and criminal intimidation under IPC sections 420, 498-A and 506 against Shoaib Malik.
Siddique has also asked the police to stop the marriage between Malik with Indian tennis star Sania Mirza slated for April 15. The policed may question Malik soon in this regard.
In her complaint, Siddique has alleged that Malik used to harass and torture her over petty reasons. She also said that he had offered her one million dollars to tell the media that he had not married her and that the nikah didn’t take place. She also alleged that Malik had threatened to eliminate her and her family members.