I have forgiven Aamir, says Dania Shah

The family of Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s third wife, Dania Shah, wanted to attend the last rites of the deceased televangelist, as his mother-in-law has requested the government for security. Now, Dania appealed to the Governor and Cheif Minister Punjab that she should be provided with security so she can see Aamir for the last time. "I came to know through the media that my husband had passed away," she shared. "I want to request to the Governor and Chief Minister Punjab that I should be allowed to see him for the last time. I want to go to him. I should be provided with security so I can go see him." She then added, "We had reconciled, I didn't know he would leave me like this."         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by DIVA Magazine Pakistan (@divamagazinepakistan) In another video, Aamir's third wife shared she had forgiven him of any wrongdoings. "I have forgiven him," Dania shared in an interview with local media. "There's no ill will between a husband and his wife. We had gone through our hardships and things were finally going towards a reconciliation. We didn't know this would happen."         View this post on Instagram                       A post shared by The SiddySays Blog (@siddysays) Speaking about women who are separated from their husbands, Dania advised reconciling with their better halves. "You should love your spouse enough that he doesn't look at other women. Don't spend so much time apart that he leaves you alone in this world." On Friday, police officials decided to stop the burial of the politician and entertainer, demanding the completion of an autopsy. The televangelist was found unconscious in a locked room at his Karachi residence yesterday and passed away soon after. Police personnel stated that it was important to know the cause of death and asked the administration at the cold storage to hand over his body to the Brigade police station. Police officials directed that Aamir's mortal remains should not be handed over to anyone other than the police station and that legal action will be taken if the body was handed over to anyone else. They also reached the storage room and tried to convince Aamir’s son to agree to the autopsy. His family, however, denied the autopsy.

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