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Junaid Jamshed’s Third Wife Demands Her Rightful Share in Inheritance

She approached the courts.

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Junaid Jamshed’s third wife, Raazia Muzaffar, is seeking her inheritance share as per Muslim laws. However, she is being denied her rights by the late preacher’s children from his first wife.

As per the details, the plaintiff filed a lawsuit at Sindh High Court, Karachi on Wednesday. She mentioned that she is a resident of Islamabad and is the widow of Junaid Jamshed, who had married her on October 20, 2009.

The late singer-turned-preacher bore her expenses by sending money every month until his tragic death in the plane crash on December 7, 2016.

She also claimed that Junaid Jamshed’s son and other children from his first wife had obtained a succession certificate from the court by concealing the fact about her heirship. She is now being denied her due right of inheritance from her late spouse.


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Junaid Jamshed’s Third Wife Demands Her Due Rights

Furthermore, Raazia Muzaffar mentioned the details of moveable and immovable properties worth millions of rupees as per the succession certificate. She also submitted that she had approached the court to revoke the letter of administration issued in favor of Junaid Jamshed’s children from his first wife.

The plaintiff also requested the court to grant her the share of inheritance in the estate of the deceased as per the Muslim laws and direct the administration, partition, and distribution of the estate of the deceased amongst all legal heirs as per their respective shares.

The SHC’s single bench, headed by Justice Syed Hasan Azhar Rizvi, after the preliminary hearing of the lawsuit, issued notices to the legal heirs of Junaid Jamshed for September 2.

The court, in the meantime, directed the heirs to maintain the status quo in respect of the deceased’s properties.


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Written by Munazza Mehmood

Writer by day, biryani enthusiast by night. Completely drowned into the world of K-pop.

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