65-calendar year-aged Indian female freed from Pakistani jail returns to dwelling following 18 several years

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65-year-aged Hasina Begum who had gone to Pakistan 18 a long time ago to meet up with her husband’s family members but landed up in a Pakistani jail just after she lost her passport, returned to India on Tuesday soon after Aurangabad police submitted a report on the issue.

She was obtained by her family members and Aurangabad police officers on her return right here.

“I went as a result of a good deal of hardships and I am feeling a feeling of peace right after returning to my nation. I am sensation as if I am in heaven. I was imprisoned forcefully in Pakistan,” she claimed.

“I want to thank Aurangabad police for submitting a report in the issue,” she added.

Khwaja Jainuddin Chishti, a relative of Hasina Begum, also thanked Aurangabad law enforcement for the support presented by them in bringing her back to her residence nation.

Begum experienced lost her passport in Lahore after arriving there 18 a long time back to meet up with her husband’s family.

She was locked up in a jail in Pakistan for the past 18 yrs.

In accordance to the details gained from the law enforcement, Begum who is a resident of Rashidpura region beneath the Town Chowk police station restrictions in Aurangabad is married to Dilshad Ahmed who is a resident of Uttar Pradesh’s Saharanpur.

She urged the courtroom in Pakistan that she is harmless after which the courtroom sought data in the matter.

Aurangabad police sent information to Pakistan that Begum has a household registered in her identify less than the City Chowk law enforcement station in Aurangabad.

Pakistan unveiled Begum last 7 days and handed her in excess of to Indian authorities.