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Dania Shah’s mother declares her daughter to be the only heiress of Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s Property

Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s death has raised several questions about the intolerance and behavior of this society with a man who has nothing left in his hands except depression and anxiety. We all know what he was going through in the final days of his life. Nothing is hidden, his third wife Dania Shah made him naked infront of the whole world. Her dramatic TikTok videos really made us see a real drama queen in reality.

Following the death of Aamir Liaquat Hussain, she was the first one among his wives to showoff her so-called deepest grief over his husband’s death. This girl shedding crocodile tears is coming with proper planning. When she left him, she always denied to get anything from Aamir Liaquat Hussain, all she wanted was just to get rid off her husband.

Now at Once she has started posing like her biggest lover and is depicting like her life is ruined and devasted. A video clip of her mother is surfacing on social media in which she’s clearly declaring her daughter to be the sole heiress of Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s property. She’s seen quoting Aamir Liaquat Hussain’s words that he said he has given everyone’s part in his property now whatever is left belongs to Dania. Have a video look!

How skilfully they are making the grounds for further move. Dania would definitely stand up for her part and a new drama would begin. The shame and criticism she has caused to her late husband is really bad but the thing is, even after doing it she’s posing as If she was the victim. She really playing the victim card very well.

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Kinza Javed
Kinza Javed
Hello Kinza Javed! I love writing and have a master's degree in Mass Communication. I write news and also enjoy writing stories in my free time.


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