Its been an unrelenting struggle of almost two many years but Hasina Begum has eventually returned property. 65-calendar year-previous Hasina had gone to Pakistan 18 decades in the past to satisfy the kin of her partner when she misplaced her passport. This was only the commencing of an arduous and agonizing wait after Hasina was sent to a Pakistani jail when she couldn’t confirm her legitimate id.
The 65-12 months-aged girl experienced gone to Pakistan 18 several years in the past to satisfy the relations of her spouse, but in no way in her life could she have imagined it would just take her 18 yrs to appear back. Just after acquiring lost her passport, Hasina was lodged in a Pakistani jail.
A resident of Aurangabad, Hasina is married to Dilshad Ahmed, a resident of Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh.
The Aurangabad law enforcement experienced filed a ‘missing person’s’ report in the matter immediately after relations of Hasina took the make any difference up to them and it was then further more despatched to Pakistani authorities.
On returning, Hasina Begum was received by her family and Aurangabad law enforcement.
Information agency ANI quoted Hasina as indicating, “I went as a result of a great deal of hardships and I am emotion peace just after returning to my nation. I am feeling as if I am in heaven. I was imprisoned forcefully in Pakistan.”
Hasina reported she was in Lahore when she dropped her passport and the authorities there ‘forcefully’ despatched to a jail in Pakistan. She had time and all over again urged the Pakistani authorities to launch her as she was harmless but they only begun seeking to determine her identity after they been given a report from the police in Aurangabad in India.
Khwaja Jainuddin Chishti, a relative of Hasina Begum, also thanked Aurangabad law enforcement for the assistance supplied by them in bringing her back again to her home place.
The Aurangabad police despatched details to Pakistan stating that Hasina had a residence in Rashidpura space of the city and has been registered beneath the Town Chowk Police station in Aurangabad.
“I want to thank Aurangabad police for filing a report in the make a difference,” she mentioned.
Law enforcement reported Hasina was launched last 7 days and handed around to the Indian authorities.
According to a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs on January 1, India handed about lists of 263 Pakistan civilian prisoners and 77 fishermen in India’s custody to Pakistan. Similarly, Pakistan has shared lists of 49 civilian prisoners and 270 fishermen in its custody, who are Indians or thought-to-be Indians.