Nayab Umrani, a victim of domestic violence, visited the office of Human Rights Minister, Shireen Mazari, on Human Rights Day, but she was thrown out of the office by Shireen’s personal secretary and commanded her not to show up here again.
Inheritance of property worth Rs1000 million has put lives of Nayab’s family at risk from her step family members. Nayab’s father already had a wife before he tied the knot with her mother. She was only six months old when her mother was poisoned for the sake of property. While, paralysis attack couldn’t make her father capable of fighting against the suspects.
Later, after the death of her father, Nayab’s elder brother was thrown out of the hotel’s rooftop which resulted in disabling him mentally and physically.
It didn’t stop here, Nayab’s second brother, who was newly married then, got murdered along with his wife in 2015, Jacobabad. For this reason her elder sister, advocate Sanam pursued a case in the name of murder of her brother and property.
Demand for justice made mother of three innocent children, Sanam, to be a target of brutal killing and she was gunned down while she was on her way back from court.
Nayab herself and her sister are the witness of this incident.
Sanam had alleged that her stepmother and stepbrothers were the culprit of the violence and murders.
In order to get rid of the constant threats that she had been receiving, Nayab’s firmly decided to move to Islamabad and currently she lives with her disabled brother and Sanam’s children.
Nayab appeals for justice and requests strict action against the culprits in her case from Prime Ministe Imran Khan.
Barrister Hasan Niazi condemned the behavior of Shireen Mazari’s Personal Secretary. He said he personally had a word with the PS on the phone, which was ended as soon as he heard Nayab speaking.
Further, Hasan suggested Nayab to take her complaint to the interior ministry, local court, session judge and chief justice of Sindh and demand the transferal of the legal proceedings to Islamabad as Nayab’s life is at risk.