KARACHI - Waheeda Shah, who was disqualified before taking oath of Sindh Assembly for slapping an on-duty polling staff, has demanded the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo moto notice and summon the daughter of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif for beating the employee of a bakery in Lahore recently by her security guards.Addressing a press conference which lasted hardly five minutes here at Karachi Press Club on Wednesday, Waheeda Shah broke down and with tears rolling down on her cheeks alleged that she had been punished and dragged in courts just because she came from Sindh. Pakistan Peoples Party female MPAs Farzana Baloch, Najma Saeed Chawla, former MPA Nasreen Chandio and local leaders of the party accompanied with Waheeda Shah during her press conference. She lamented that media had exaggerated the incident which disqualified her by repeatedly showing in a dramatic the slap which she claimed she never had. It was the magic of modern technology of TV that showed her repeatedly slapping the official which was not the case, she claimed. Complaining with the judiciary of Pakistan, she said that she had won the by-election with 40,000 votes on Tando Muhammad Khan provincial seat, which was vacant after death of her husband Syed Mohsan Ali Shah Bukhari. She said that her husband become member of Sindh Assembly with the votes of the people, so now she wanted to serve the constituency. “I am the unlucky daughter of the Sindh province, who was facing injustices at the hands of judiciary and media,” Waheeda Shah said, adding that she was dragged in all courts form session courts to Supreme Court. Referring the recent incident of beating up of  an employee of the bakery by the security guards of daughter of Punjab chief minister, Waheeda Shah said that the difference was clear, demanding that the judiciary should summon the daughter of Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif in courts. Waheeda Shah declared that the she has no hope of justice from the courts, but she will continue the knocking the doors of judiciary until justice was done with her.