Pakistan Court allowed Indian woman to return India who forced to marry Pakistani


On Wednesday Pakistan court ordered that Indian lady who was compelled to wed a Pakistani man at a gunpoint and later taken to Pakistan, be ousted back to India.

Uzma Jan, who is a doctor by profession, had taken a refuge in Indian High Commission in Islamabad.

Justice Salman Amjad Siddique ordered the Interior Ministry to expel Uzma Jan to India after her continuous appeals.

Uzma Ahmed recorded a appeal with a court in Islamabad and told the magistrate that Tahir, her better half, duped her into going by him in Pakistan, sexually ambushed her and afterward constrained her to wed him at gunpoint.

The court requested that Uzma can go to her nation and the case will be prepared in her nonattendance.

Uzma was asked that by the court meet her Pakistani “husband”, Tahir – which she denied.

Sources said Uzma will be deported to India on Thursday.

On May 3, Uzma went to Pakistan and later charged that she was compelled to wed Tahir, whom she met in Malaysia, at gunpoint.

The couple purportedly met in Malaysia, where they were both working. After they came back to their individual nations, Tahir asked that Uzma visit him in Pakistan. Uzma secured a Pakistani visa and achieved that nation on May 1 through the Wagha-Attari fringe.

Tahir then drove her to a mountainous village – however quieted her in the car, she has asserted.