On Tuesday, the Supreme Court of Pakistan rejected an appeal from a woman challenging a high court verdict related to a family dispute over 10 tola gold. The three-member bench, led by Chief Justice Qazi Faez Isa, heard the case filed by a woman regarding the allocation of gold to her ex-daughter-in-law. The lawyer explained that the conflict revolved around a dispute between a mother-in-law and daughter-in-law over the custody of the gold. Responding to the court’s inquiry, the lawyer mentioned that the woman had been divorced and has three children.
The court questioned why there was an issue in providing 10 tola gold to a mother with three kids. Consequently, the court dismissed the appeal of the woman, Sabeeha Khanam.