Hyderabad, Apr 5 (ANI): Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik on Monday handed over his passport and mobile phone to an investigation team, which questioned him on a complaint filed by Mohammed Siddiqui father of his alleged first wife Ayesha.
Hyderabad Police questioned Malik for over two hours at tennis star Sania Mirza's house.
Malik reportedly claimed his signature on the nikhanama was forged.
Earlier, acting on Mohammed Siddiqui's complaint, police asked Malik not to leave the city without their permission and also alerted immigration officials.
Ayesha has alleged that she and Mailk are already married, and, he is marrying Sania without her consent.
Sania and Malik are scheduled to wed on April 15.
On Saturday, Malik arrived in city to meet with Sania.
The Siddiqui family charged Malik with harassing Ayesha, cheating to marry another girl and accused criminal intimidation.
A police team has also questioned Siddiqui family at their residence, following an allegation of forgery levelled by Malik.
Hyderabad police may ask Malik to undergo scientific tests. (ANI)