Love: Islamist groups to issue Fatwa against Hina, Bilawal?

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Bilawal Bhutto
Islamabad, Sept 29: Following the news over alleged illicit love affair between Hina Rabbani Khar and Bilawal Bhutto, Islamist groups in Pakistan are likely to take action against the duo and may also issue fatwa against them, reported a Bangladeshi newspaper, The Daily Ittefaq on Saturday, Sept 29.

The daily claimed that the Islamist groups have decided to take action against Hina and Bilawal as illicit love affair is considered as crime in Pakistan. Hina, Pakistan Foreign Minister, is currently attending United Nations (UN) General Assembly session in US as she is a part of President Asif Ali Zardari's delegation.

Responding to questions regarding her alleged relationship with the young Chairman of ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Hina overruled all rumours and claimed that she would not comment on such a "reprehensible matter".

Meanwhile, Hina's millionaire husband, Feroz Gulzar also rubbished all reports and defended his wife terming the news as "reprehensible" and "trash". He also accused political classes in Islamabad of hatching such conspiracy against Hina and their family to malign their image.

Earlier, speculations over the end of Hina and Gulzar's marriage had surfaced following reports of Hina and Bilawal's alleged romantic relationship published in a Bangladeshi tabloid, Weekly Blitz, without having any proof.

The tabloid informed about Zardari's disappointment with his 24-year-old son and his plans to terminate Hina as foreign minister. According to the tabloid, the president was upset with his son Bilawal's involvement with a woman who is eleven years older than him and a mother of two daughters.

Hina has decided to divorce her husband and to settle down with Bilawal in Switzerland, the tabloid reported.

However, a senior PPP official claimed that it was a conspiracy by Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI) aiming to damage Hina's reputation as ISI blames her for facilitating a UN investigation into thousands of missing people detained by the security forces.

"They are not happy with her. The UN mission received a cold reception but Hina was called in by the president to meet him and the army chief. She crossed some red line," the PPP official was quoted as saying.

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