Nausheen Ali Sardar SHOCKED That Wikipedia Says She's MARRIED And Demands PROOF To Correct It! - EXCLUSIVE

Nausheen Ali Sardar is mighty distressed that Wikipedia has labelled her 'MARRIED'

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Nausheen Ali Sardar SHOCKED That Wikipedia Says She's MARRIED And Demands PROOF To Correct It! - EXCLUSIVE
"What stupidity is this. I am really upset," TV star Nausheen Ali Sardar tells me this morning while on her way to a gym, "It has been a few months since Wikipedia labelled me as a married woman. How can they do that? Aren't they supposed to be a creditable source stop for the right information? I kept quiet thinking it will be changed but now fans are asking me that when did I tie the knot. This work of fake information is highly embarassing to me and I condemn it very strongly."

The Wikipedia blunder came to Nausheen's attention when she was going through Google casually. "Thereafter, I saw hundreds of links to other stories of mine. There is no marriage story of mine anywhere. How will there be even one, when I am actually not married? So where has Wikipedia got this wrong information from and even audaciously printed it?"

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Nausheen says that she contacted Wikipedia but her efforts failed to yield result. "I wrote to them but in return, they asked me to prove it that I am not married. You can prove that you are married by showing your marriage certificate but you can't prove that you are not married. What's going on?"


Nausheen's sister has advised her to sue Wikipedia. "I should, but it's just that legal matters in India take a lot of time. However, I will if they don't rectify it ASAP."

Yes Wikipedia, we at SpotboyE.com fully agree with Nausheen and say that your error, sorry, blunder is terrible. Rectify it, NOW.


Image Source:- Instagram/nausheenalisardar/
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