Indian Abuse Victim refuses to Leave Pakistan without Kids

An Indian woman who was allegedly abused by her Pakistani husband refuses to leave the country without her children.

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Farzana said she would never come back to India without her sons.

An Indian woman who was allegedly abused by her Pakistani husband has said she does not want to return to her native country without her children.

Farzana Begum lives in Pakistan with her husband and their two sons.

Her husband has claimed that he has divorced her, however, Farzana has refuted the claim.

She said: “If he has divorced me, then there must be a certificate.”

Farzana said her and her children’s lives were in danger over a property dispute.

She alleged that she was trapped in her home in Rehman Garden, Lahore, and her children were forced to go hungry.

Farzana has urged the Pakistani government to provide them with protection until their case is resolved.

The woman said the house and several properties in Lahore were in her sons’ names. However, she said her and her sons’ passports were being held by her husband.

She stated that she has a lack of familial support in Pakistan, further complicating her issue.

According to Farzana, her husband, his first wife and their children are plotting to coerce her into returning to India.

This is so they can seize control of the properties after they have left.

Farzana’s lawyer Mohsin Abbas said the husband was spreading false rumours that his client’s visa had expired even though her passport was in possession.

Mr Abbas that they had requested police to take back the passports of his client and her two sons from her husband to learn about the status of their visas.

The lawyer said if the woman’s visa had expired, legal action would be taken to that extent only.

In a statement, Farzana said she would never come back to India without her sons.

Farzana, who is from Mumbai, married a Pakistani man named Mirza Yousaf Elahi in Abu Dhabi in 2015.

They moved to Pakistan in 2018 and have two sons aged six and seven.

In other news, Pakistani national Seema Haider, who illegally entered India to meet her lover Sachin, is in the headlines after a video purportedly of her with facial injuries went viral.

A video appeared to show Seema with bruises on her face and a swollen eye.

Seema also revealed an injury to her upper lip.

After the video went viral, people began speculating that this was a domestic violence incident.

In addition to netizens, some media outlets claimed that an argument erupted between the spouses, leading to Sachin beating her up.

However, Seema’s lawyer AP Singh stated that the video circulating on social media is “fake”.

In a statement, Mr Singh said the video had been manipulated by Pakistani YouTubers using AI and shared online, adding that no fight happened between Seema and Sachin.

He said: “Some media channels are running the news that there was a fight between Seema and Sachin.

“This is fake and misleading.

“This was made by someone using AI tools to run YouTube channels.”



Dhiren is a News & Content Editor who loves all things football. He also has a passion for gaming and watching films. His motto is to "Live life one day at a time".



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