Ayesha's Pak-based lawyer prepares case against Shoaib

Ayesha's Pak-based lawyer prepares case against Shoaib

Barrister Farooq Hassan claimed that Ayesha's father Ahmed Siddiqui contacted him from India through telephone and asked him to file a case against Malik.Hassan said that he will be deciding in a few days on what grounds and under which law should he would file a case against Malik.

Ayesha and her family have claimed that Malik married her and is now refusing to accept her as his lawful wife and they only want him to publicly give her a divorce before marrying Indian tennis star Sania Mirza.

Television channels also reported that Ayesha's family had sent Malik a legal notice but Hassan said he was not aware of this."I don't know anything about this but all I can say is in next few days I will be deciding on what to do in Ayesha's case," he said.

The Barrister has also filed a petition against the Pakistan Cricket Board in the Lahore High Court for damages running into millions of rupees claiming the PCB hired his services and then never paid him his legal fees.Meanwhile sources close to the Malik family told reporters  that most of the stories being aired on the channels were rumours and speculation.

"No date has been fixed for the Valima as yet in Lahore. The factual position right now is that Shoaib is already in Hyderabad and will remain there until the marriage ceremony is over. His mother, sisters, brother and brother-in-law will be leaving for India on April 7 to join him in Hyderabad," the source said.

He also made it clear that Shoaib and Sania's marriage would take place on April 11 and the bride's father is hosting a wedding reception on April 15 in Hyderabad at a hotel in which some 800 guests have been invited."That is the correct position rest is all speculation," the source said.