Muniba Mazari Finally Responds To Her Ex-Husband's Accusations

Muniba Mazari Finally Responds To Her Ex-Husband's Accusations
Muniba Mazari was reportedly sued for Rs10 million by her former husband who accused her of distorting facts and staining his repute.

Right after, Mazari took to Twitter to give a statement in which she revealed that an official notice is yet to come. However, soon after an old interview of the activist went viral on social media where Mazari is seen appreciating her husband for lending his support and patience after the accident that made her lose her legs.

Fans questioned Mazari's credibility for delivering hypocritical comments, therefore, Mazari finally took to social media to clarify and here is what she has to say!

“If you’re reading this and you are married but unhappy and struggling, then know that I am sending all of my love and prayers your way. Five years ago, I was where you are today. My PTV interview circulating around social media is from that time.”

“It is emotionally exhausting to try and make a marriage work, to make sure you don’t wash your dirty laundry in public, to do the best in your power for your child, struggle with the insecurities of what the future may hold – all the while maintaining the façade of a perfect marriage,” she added

“The relationship of marriage is worth the struggle and I pray yours is rewarded in nothing but positivity. No matter what the outcome, always, always remember that in this time of struggle, you are not alone.”

She continued, “If you are reading this and you are divorced, a single parent but also differently-abled while being in the public eye – then please come have tea with me! I would love to meet someone who can help me understand how a paraplegic can be condemned as promiscuous, or keeping your ex anonymous can be labelled as defamation.”

“Life is interesting, and with every stage and every phase you learn more and evolve more. To me, this change is not hypocrisy; rather it is proof of a healthy progression in life. Imagine for a moment, being stuck in your present state of mind, and present state of life for all of eternity. What a frightening thought indeed!” said Muniba Mazari.

Conclusively, “none of us is entitled to the intricate details of marital struggles of our cousins, our friends, our neighbours, the girl at our office, the daughter of our maid, the teacher at our school. If we cannot offer them love, then the least we should offer is the freedom to maintain their privacy in this very personal matter.”