Islamabad: The Islamabad Court on Wednesday allowed a girl that is Indian who has looked for refuge at the Indian mission after accusing a Pakistani man of forcibly marrying her, to come back to India, a media report stated.
The lawyer returned Delhi resident Uzma’s original immigration type which had been forcibly taken away by her husband Tahir Ali on the orders of Judge Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani.
Her visa will expire on May 30. Uzma alleged that Tahir forcibly married her and intimately assaulted her after that. The High Court also ordered that authorities provide safety to the Indian girl till the Wagah Border Crossing time.
The situation stumbled on the forefront after her husband stated that Indian High Commission has stopped her spouse from leaving the premises in their visit to use for visa on May 7.
Uzma had petitioned the court on May 12 with the demand and had submitted a report that is medical showing that her child ended up being enduring thalassemia – an inherited bloodstream disorder characterised by irregular haemoglobin production – and she urgently had a need to return to India.
Uzma and Ali reportedly met in Malaysia and fell in love, after which she travelled to Pakistan on May 1 via the Wagah Border. The two contracted ‘Nikkah’ (marriage) on May 3.
With the inputs of PTI