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Pakistani married Indian Girl by deceit, detains her at Lahore, Sushma Swaraj comes to her rescue

December 10, 2017:

He claimed himself to be Oman Citizen, got married on Phone.

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A Pakistani husband of a woman from India is making life miserable for Mohammedi Begum in Lahore and is refusing to allow her to travel back to India.

With intervention of the Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Pakistan Authorities had granted visa to 45-year-old woman to travel to India. Indian Govt. had also provided her a fresh Indian passport.

Visa was issued on November 9 and the lapses by December 16. With just seven days for visa to expire, Mohammedi Begum’s parents were worried.

Hajra Begum via her YouTube message to Sushma Swaraj stated that,”Her husband is torturing her and is refusing to send her back to India. She is being subjected to insults”.

Mohammedi Begum had got married to Mohammad Younis in the year 1996. Family was given to understand that he was from Oman.

Nikah was performed over phone and Mohammedi Begum travelled to Oman. Later, Younis disclosed to her that he was from Pakistan and shifted her from Oman to Pakistan.

Mohammedi Begum who has five children from her husband went public with her woes posting a YouTube video about the harassment by her husband.

MBT leader Amjedullah Khan wrote to Sushma Swaraj about her problem earlier this year. In response to it,  External Affairs Minister took up Mohammedi Begum’s case.

Parents have urged Sushma Swaraj to see that their daughter reaches India.

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