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Maria B’s Husband Arrested For Sending Corona Positive Servant Back Home

Maria B’s husband has been taken into custody for sending corona infected cook back to his village

Famous fashion designer Maria B’s husband, Tahir Saeed was arrested by the police on Monday night for sending their servant, who had tested positive for COVID-19, back to his village amidst coronavirus outbreak.

Taking to social media, Maria B posted a video message in which she has condemned the police raid and said that they treated them like criminals. She added that her family was already in stress after undergoing tests for coronavirus.

Maria B has also appealed to the Prime Minister of Pakistan to take notice of the police raid on Monday night.

“Last night my house was raided by police men as if I was the biggest drug mafia don in Lahore, with guns. They took away my husband and they told him that there’s an FIR registered against him and arrested him without a lawyer. They didn’t even wait for the lawyer to come, at 12:30 in the night. Nobody was up, we tried calling so many people but nobody was up.”

The Express Tribune reported that Tahir Saeed was arrested by the Nishtar colony Police for sending his infected cook away, amidst the pandemic.

The owner of the popular brand conducted the COVID19 test for his cook Omer Farooq, from a private laboratory and the test came out positive. Instead of informing the concerned authorities, the servant was sent to his native city, Vehari through a bus.

Maria B's husband
Source: The Express Tribune

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