પાકિસ્તાનની જંજાળમાંથી ભારત પાછી ફરેલી ઉઝ્મા

May 26, 2017, 09:57 IST
  • She said Tahir had deceived her and accused him of stealing her passport and other travel documents.

    She said Tahir had deceived her and accused him of stealing her passport and other travel documents.

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  • Indian woman, Uzma Jan, who was allegedly forced to marry a Pakistani man, Tahir Ali, has been allowed to return to India by the Islamabad High Court. All pics/PTI

    Indian woman, Uzma Jan, who was allegedly forced to marry a Pakistani man, Tahir Ali, has been allowed to return to India by the Islamabad High Court. All pics/PTI

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  • Uzma travelled to Lahore from Islamabad and was accompanied by Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh. She stayed in Pakistan for 25 days. Near the Wagah border she was escorted by Pakistani security personnel. She prostrated and kissed the ground as soon as she entered Indian territory.

    Uzma travelled to Lahore from Islamabad and was accompanied by Indian Deputy High Commissioner J.P. Singh. She stayed in Pakistan for 25 days. Near the Wagah border she was escorted by Pakistani security personnel. She prostrated and kissed the ground as soon as she entered Indian territory.

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  • Uzma, a doctor, had requested the court to allow her to return to India after claiming that she had been forced to marry Tahir at gunpoint.

    Uzma, a doctor, had requested the court to allow her to return to India after claiming that she had been forced to marry Tahir at gunpoint.

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  • "Pakistan is like a well of death", said Uzma Ahmed, the Indian woman repatriated to the country from Pakistan where she was allegedly forced and duped into marrying against her will.

    "Pakistan is like a well of death", said Uzma Ahmed, the Indian woman repatriated to the country from Pakistan where she was allegedly forced and duped into marrying against her will.

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  • "I am an orphan. I am an adopted child and have nobody," Uzma told reporters in New Delhi, hours after she crossed into India through the Wagah border, a day after the Islamabad High Court permitted her to travel home.

    "I am an orphan. I am an adopted child and have nobody," Uzma told reporters in New Delhi, hours after she crossed into India through the Wagah border, a day after the Islamabad High Court permitted her to travel home.

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  • The woman broke down several times, sharing with the media her ordeal of living in Pakistan where "it is easy to go, but tough to return." Talking about the family she was with in Buner, Pakistan, she said, "They could have sold me or used me in a risky operation."

    The woman broke down several times, sharing with the media her ordeal of living in Pakistan where "it is easy to go, but tough to return." Talking about the family she was with in Buner, Pakistan, she said, "They could have sold me or used me in a risky operation."

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She said Tahir had deceived her and accused him of stealing her passport and other travel documents.

 
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