Burney asks cricketer to apologise

Burney had said he had been invited to India by Ayesha’s mother to “dig out the truth” about the Indian woman’s claim that she had married Shoaib in 2002. After denying for several days that he had married Ayesha, Shoaib on Wednesday granted her a divorce.
“Now that the claim of Ayesha Siddiqui has been proven, it is the responsibility of Shoaib Malik to say sorry to Ayesha and the people and media of India and Pakistan as his actions hurt relations between the two countries,” Burney said.
Now that the differences between Shoaib and Ayesha had been resolved, Burney said he wanted to wish the best of luck to Sania Mirza.

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