A man named Zakir Hussain JK (35) divorced his wife by announcing on the microphone of the village mosque, accusing her of having an immoral relationship.
The incident took place in Randhunigacha village of Ward No. 6 of Charbanipakuria Union of Melandah Upazila of Jamalpur. A video of the incident recently went viral on social media Facebook. This sensational incident took place after Asr prayer on December 5, Tuesday.
Zakir Hossain is a resident of Randhunigacha village of Ward No. 6 of Charbanipakuria Union of JK Upazila. He is the former general secretary of Union Swachhasebak League and currently joint secretary of Ward Awami League.
After making a Tik Tok video and uploading it immediately after the announcement on the mic, social media user Zakir Hose’s Facebook ID called JK started a storm of discussion. The post was later deleted due to various comments.
According to local sources, Zakir decided to make an announcement on the microphone of the mosque when the matter was not taken into account despite giving verbal divorce several more times. So when the Muslims came out of the mosque after Asr prayer, Zakir entered the mosque and got everyone’s attention on the microphone and gave divorce to his wife, said local residents including the imam of the mosque.
Meanwhile, when Zakir Hossain spoke to Zeke’s divorced wife Shikha about the matter, she said that she had heard about it from people. Even though she was married for the last 10 years, she could not stay in her husband’s house even for a day due to torture. And the allegation of immoral relationship and divorce is completely false and baseless. They have two children aged 8 and 5 years in their married life. Suffered the torture silently thinking about the future of the child. And the day laborer stayed at his father’s house for fear of torture.”
Zakir Hossain told a journalist that his wife was quarrelsome, had an immoral relationship with the latter, and was divorced because she was not at home. Divorced according to Shariat. The divorce notice will be sent through the court within a day or two.