Friday, May 2, 2014
Singer Was Forced To Sing On Gunpoint At Chairman Senate Son's Wedding
In a surprising incident on Thursday, famous singer Nadeem Abbas was forced to sing more than pre-decided time on gunpoint on the wedding of chairman senate Nayyar Hussain Bokhari in the leader's presence. According to details popular local singer Nadeem Abbas was invited by chairman senate on his son's wedding. The "Bismillah Karan" singer was booked for two-hours but he willfully sang one more hour. But when the singer stopped hearing Fajr call of prayer (Azaan), chairman senate's brother Sibti Shah wielded a gun and forced him to keep singing or get shot. But strangely, the singer refused to sing despite the threat and complained to chairman senate Mr Bukhari, he looked sideways and did not even scold his brother for terrorising the singer.