On Thursday, Indian woman Uzma, claimed that she was compelled to wed a Pakistani man at gun point and returned home, has described Pakistan as a ‘well of death’ where even men are not safe.
Addressing the media in the wake of coming back to India through Wagah fringe, she stated, “It’s anything but difficult to go to Pakistan, yet intense to return. Pakistan is a well of death. Indeed, even the individuals who go there after a masterminded marriage are crying.”
On Thursday, Amid a joint press conference with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj , zma expressed gratitude toward Swaraj for helping her returned home. Swaraj, had prior on Thursday, respected her home and understand the battle she experienced in Pakistan. “Uzma – Welcome home India’s daughter.
I am sad for all that you have experienced,” the minister tweeted. Not long ago Uzma had presented an answer in a Pakistani Court in which she wanted to come back to India. Under the watchful eye of moving toward the courts in Pakistan, Uzma, a 20-year-old Indian lady, had moved toward the Indian High Commission in Pakistan with a demand to send her back to India after she charged that she was compelled to wed a Pakistani resident at gunpoint.
Uzma had then filed a plea with an Islamabad court against her husband Tahir Ali, claiming that he was harassing and intimidating her. And she had also recorded her statement before a magistrate claiming the same. Following this, a bench of the Islamabad High Court had returned Uzma her original immigration form, which her husband had submitted to the court. According to TV reports, the court had also ordered that police to provide security to Uzma till Wagah Border.