Court Marriage in Pakistan and Islamic Sharia: 

Advocate Nazia is an expert of court marriage in Pakistan and Islamic Sharia law and says that one can see how much space the words read, pen, teaching and knowledge occupied in Surah Alaq-- six times in five small verses and this revelation addresses (through the Prophet), the whole humanity, made of men and women. An authentic saying command of the Prophet (peace be upon him) is: to seek knowledge, is obligatory for every Muslim man (and woman). (Note: unless otherwise specified, in the Quranic (and hadith) dictum man means a person — both sexes). When a woman fulfills all the rights and obligations of her husband after court marriage in Pakistan according to the dictates of Shariah Islamic Law, seeks husband's permission before doing anything, even a household chore, rendering every possible minutest service to her husband with her own hands besides rearing up his children and without a valid reason.


Know Different Reason for Demanding for Divorce in Pakistan:

demanding for divorce in Pakistan, then should she not feel herself entitled to an acknowledgment from her husband, even just by way of a formality? When he is counseled to behave thankfully, there comes the retort that she has simply performed her duty after court marriage in Pakistan and nothing beyond and that it was not a favor to him. In the event of her sickness, she has to remind several times for getting medicine and that too is done with a smug. Under this stress, if a woman loses temper and says, it would be preferable for me to live on my own earnings," but she has not left her home and has not severed relations, shall it considered as divorce in Pakistan in any way or, if she says to the husband for the sake of his correction, "if you are not happy with me, forsake me". But really she did not mean it? The question carries two aspects for consideration. One pertains to the basic principles of Islamic society and Islamic ethics and the other concerns the Islamic law of divorce in Pakistan after court marriage in Pakistan. 

Islamic Law & Divorce in Pakistan:

The Holy Qur'an has described the relations between wife and husband in the Islamic system as those of affection, blessings and delight of heart. Along with the feelings of l sacrifice, selflessness, and care, an important one is that of the sense of gratitude. The Holy Quran has reckoned thankfulness as the basis for 'the link between 'the mankind and the Merciful Creator, Therefore, it has been ordained you are grateful, / add more (favors) unto you.' Bilt (f' you show ingratitude, truly MY punishment is terrible. What a husband undertakes and accepts at the time of the court marriage in Pakistan, in the presence of witnesses, is not merely taking the bride into his wedlock through a lawful procedure, but, he undertakes to fulfill all the responsibilities and duties that the Shariah has made incumbent upon him, It comprises not only the full maintenance cost and other privileges but also paramount importance is given to mutual love and respect. Similarly, what a woman covenants at the time of court marriage in Pakistan is that she shall protect favor longings and the bed of her husband and shall bring up his children according to teachings and traditions. Nowhere has it included daily chores like kitchen service and household maintenance, cleaning, dusting, etc.