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Life imprisonment to British Pakistani Tiktoker and his mother, know what is the matter?

London. A court in Leicestershire in Britain sentenced TikToker Mahek Bukhari and her mother Ansareen Bukhari to life imprisonment in a double murder case. The court sentenced Mahek (24) to life imprisonment with a minimum of 31 years and eight months and her mother Ansareen to life imprisonment with a minimum of 26 years and nine months.

It is noteworthy that last year, Saqib Hussain and Hashim Ijazuddin (both 21 years old) died in an accident near Leicester. Interrogation revealed that Ansareen and Hussain were in an illicit relationship for three years. When Ansareen Bukhari tried to end it, Hussain threatened to expose the relationship to her husband and share their videos.

Ansareen offered to repay the money Hussain had spent during the relationship and arrangements were made for Hussain to meet Ansareen and her daughter. Judge says prosecution was right to classify case as ‘brutal murder’ Police told the court that Ansareen and Maheck Bukhari arrived at the meeting held at a Tesco car park in Hamilton, Leicester, with six other people. After this Hussain reached the car park in his car which was being driven by his friend Ijazuddin. The collision was so severe that Hussain’s car got divided into two parts and his engine got separated from the car. He said both victims died from multiple injuries before the fire broke out. Inspector Mark Parish said: “This was a brutal and merciless attack which ultimately cost the lives of two people.

Judge Timothy Spencer Casey said: “Prosecution has classified this as a story of love, passion and extortion and they are right.” He was also right in classifying the case as cold blooded murder. Your immense fame during your career as an influential person has made you completely self-obsessed,” the judge told Mahek. He said that because of his “distorted values” he has “no clear awareness” of the impact his actions have on others. The judge told Ansarian that the “perceived glamor” of his daughter’s career has clouded his mind, as she frequently appears in online posts and attends promotions and shisha bar openings.

He told her, “You are the adults in this group and you should have behaved as adults but you let your understandable concern about risk deprive you of any rational judgement.” Earlier in the day, the court heard the statements of the families of the victims. Ijazuddin’s father Sikandar Hayat said his son was ‘innocent’. He said he could not understand why the defendants did not call emergency services after the accident.

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