Haleem Adil says he married Dua Bhutto after the 2018 General Elections
September 25, 2021
SUKKUR: Frustrated with media reviews about his second marriage with an MPA of his personal occasion, Leader of the Opposition within the Sindh Assembly Haleem Adil Sheikh Friday mentioned, “It is our private matter.”
The matter got here to the fore when MPA Tahira Dua shared photos of her new child child on social media. The photos have been from an occasion to rejoice the start of the kid. In them, the newborn’s title — Kamil Haleem Sheikh — might be seen written within the backdrop.
Addressing a press convention in Sukkur, Haleem Adil Sheikh mentioned that he received married in response to Sharia ideas and would not want to carry a presser to announce the wedding.
“I have told whom I needed to inform. There is no need to make a fuss about personal matters,” he added.
The PTI chief had on Friday confirmed that he married Dua after the 2018 General Elections.
Responding to the report, PPP MPA Taimur Talpur took to the Twitter to congratulate Sheikh, saying he would preserve his political variations apart to want the opposition chief “joy over his marriage and the birth of a son.” He, nonetheless, had complained of not being invited to the marriage reception.
“Keeping politics aside, I congratulate Haleem Adil Sheikh on his marriage and [the birth of his son]. The only sad part is that Haleem Adil did not invite me to his wedding, otherwise, I would have attended the reception too,” Talpur had mentioned.
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