Indias daughter returns home from Pakistan

New Delhi / Lahore, May 25 (PTI) A young Indian woman, who said she was forced to marry a Pakistani man without arms, returned home across the Wagah border with Foreign Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Saying that he felt “sorry for all they have suffered.”
Outlining Uzma Ahmad as “Indian girl” Swaraj has received in India.
“I’m sorry for everything I went through,” she wrote.
Uzma, over 20, comes from New Delhi. She was authorized by the Supreme Court in Islamabad yesterday to return to India after a petition she has filed in court seeking her directive after her husband, Tahir Ali took her immigration papers.
Accompanied by officials of the Indian mission and escorted by the Pakistani police, he crossed India through the Wagah border crossing near Amritsar.
“The Indian woman was happy and happy to leave her country,” said a Pakistani Rangers PTI official.
The media could not interact with Uzma.
It landed after arriving in the territory of India.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued its original immigration documents after the Tahir has filed the court a day earlier.
Uzma had asked the court on May 12, asking her to return home urgently as her daughter from her first marriage in India suffers from thalassemia – a blood disorder characterized by the production of abnormal hemoglobin.
Tahir had asked the court, requesting that he be allowed to meet “his wife.” A bank of Justice Mohsin Akhtar Kayani heard both arguments and after hearing his arguments, allowed Uzma to return to India.
She said she was forced to marry Tahir the vanguard. The two met in Malaysia and fell in love.
Uzma arrived in Pakistan on 1 May and went to Buner remotely in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, where he married Tahir 3 May