Islamabad: The feud between Sohail Tanvir and his first wife, Nosheen Agha is getting worse each passing day with the latter now filing a fresh complaint against the Pakistani cricketer for threatening her.
After the police refused to register a formal complaint against Tanvir, Nosheen has now moved to the court of the assistant commissioner in Islamabad for registration of an FIR against the cricketer for harassing her.
Nosheen had earlier filed a similar application for registration of a case at the Shalimar police station but the police authorities didn't register the case and instead initiated the legal procedure of reconciliation between both parties.
The assistant commissioner of Islamabad, Captain Farid heard the case on Wednesday. Nosheen appeared in court and said she was not happy and had reservations over the reconciliation process with Tanvir.
The feud between husband and wife started after Tanvir married another girl chosen by his family forcing Nosheen to come on television and claim that he had entered into the second marriage without informing her or taking her permission.
Nosheen had claimed that Tanvir had been threatening her to leave Islamabad and move to another city.
The court of the assistant commissioner adjourned further proceedings until December 14 since Tanvir is currently representing Pakistan in the one-day series against Sri Lanka in UAE.
The court ordered Tanvir and Nosheen to appear in court at the next hearing.