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Mufti Qawi ‘touched’ me, BBC journalist outraged by Mufti’s behavior during interview

ISLAMABAD – A BBC journalist has claimed that Mufti Abdul Qawi touched her as she called on the religious cleric in the aftermath of Qandeel Baloch’s murder.

According to the details, Hani Taha who is linked to British Broadcasting Corporation in a shocking disclosure expressed that she went to meet Mufti Abdul Qavi to record his statement after the death of social media sensation Qandeel Baloch.
However, when Hani met Mufti Qawi, the latter enquired about the meaning of her name.
‘I expressed my desire to offer prayer however, mufti Qawi posed a question regarding meaning of Hani and told me the meaning ‘ she said.
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What irked the BBC journalist was her claim that after the prayer, mufti Qawi touched her cheeks which was definitely cheap on the part of religious cleric.
Hani went on and maintained that the affiliates of slain model believed that mufti Qawi was somewhat involved in the brutal murder however, he himself refuted the allegations adding that Qawi claimed bagging support from bevy of scholars and preachers.
Unfurling the terrible experience of her with Qawi, Hani detailed that she went to Qawi’s residence in October to understand and record his stance on the murder of Qandeel Baloch but his inadequate conduct came as a surprise to her.
‘Whatever the intention of mufti Qawi was (for touching my cheeks) it was definitely irrational and vulgar ‘ Hani added.
The BBC journalist also reported her horrible experience to the investigative officer of Qandeel’s murder case Attiya Jaffery.
The investigative officer was of the view that it was not a case of honour killing because her brothers killed her after June 20.
Listen to what Hani had to say regarding her shocking episode:
It is relevant to mention that police has given clean chit to famous cleric Mufti Abdul Qawi clearing the air that he was not behind the murder of Qandeel Baloch who was strangled to death on July 23, last year.
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