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Indian national Uzma returns home through Wagah Border

LAHORE: Indian national – Dr. Uzma – on Thursday returned to India through Wagah Border Crossing here after getting a permission from Islamabad High Court (IHC) for her repatriation, ARY News reported. She was escorted to the Wagah Border with Police security. The IHC had accepted a plea on Wednesday, filed by her, granting her permission for repatriation. Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kiyani of the IHC was hearing two interlinked petitions filed by Dr. Uzma and her husband Tahir Ali when he ruled if Indian lady did not want…

IHC permits Indian woman to return home

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Wednesday accepted the plea filed by Indian national Dr. Uzma, by granting her permission for repatriation, ARY News reported.   Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kiyani of the IHC was hearing two interlinked petitions filed by Dr. Uzma and her husband Tahir Ali. Indian woman – Uzma – had filed a plea in the IHC and was seeking an immediate return to India by levelling stern allegations on her husband, Tahir Ali, of harassment and forced marriage. Separately, her Pakistani husband…

Newly-wed Indian woman seeks immediate repatriation, files petition in IHC

ISLAMABAD: Newly-wed India woman to Pakistani man, Dr. Uzma on Friday filed a petition in Islamabad High Court (IHC), seeking repatriation to India on security issues, ARY News reported. The filed petition states that Dr. Uzma was deceived and misinformed as Tahir Ali – her Pakistani husband – was already married and father of four, adding, the Indian woman’s life was in danger in Pakistan, hence the government should ensure her safe return to her country. The petition was filed through barrister Malik Shahnawaz in…

Newly-wed Indian girl to Pakistani man refutes claim being detained at Indian High Commission

ISLAMABAD: Indian woman Dr. Uzma on Monday levelled allegations of harassment and forced marriage against her Pakistani spouse by filing a plea in a court here in reply to claims of her husband, ARY News reported. Responding to claims of a Pakistani man - who had accused the Indian High Commission (IHC) in Islamabad of detaining his newly-wed Indian wife – Uzma said that she was forced to sign on ‘Nikahnama’ (marriage certificate). She appeared before a local court and recorded her statement. Uzma apprised…