Islamabad: Uzma, the Indian girl Who reached Pakistan from New Delhi to marry a Pakistani national, has been allowed to go back to India.
The decision was Announced by Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kiyani of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) after hearing the plea Filed by Dr. Uzma.
Uzma had Filed a plea and was seeking an immediate return to India by leveling stern allegations on her husband, Tahir Ali, of Harassment and Forced marriage.
Separately, her Pakistani husband had Also Filed a Petition in response to allegations, In Which he adopted a Stance That Indian High Commissioner (IHC) had pressurized his wife and requested the court to grant him permission to meet her.
The court ruled That if Indian lady does not want to live with her husband, she can not be Forced to, and Assured Uzma That she is free to return to her home country at any point. A letter from interior ministry was Also Submitted pertaining to the travel documents.
Moreover, the court Directed Tahir Ali to submit all travel documents of his wife including immigration form before the court by tomorrow.
Uzma, from Delhi, met Tahir in Malaysia. She travelled to Pakistan on May 1st your the Wagah-Attari border crossing and the two reportedly married on May 3.