Indian national Uzma, who had alleged that a Pakistani man forced her into marriage, has safely returned to India after a 25-day controversial stay in Pakistan.

A contingent of police escorted Uzma to Wagah Border from whereon she travelled to India.

A video of Uzma reaching India in a black car, which was surrounded with journalists, also surfaced on Indian news channel, Times Now.

On Wednesday, Islamabad High Court had allowed Uzma to return back home and even handed over her original immigration form. Photo: Geo News screen grab
On Wednesday, Islamabad High Court had allowed Uzma to return back home and even handed over her original immigration form, which her husband Tahir Ali had submitted to the court on Tuesday.

On May 19, Uzma had submitted a six-page reply to the high court and reiterated her earlier claims and said that she was forced to sign the Nikkahnama [nikkah papers] with Tahir.

The reply also claimed that Tahir’s affidavit was based on lies, and requested that Uzma be allowed to travel to India as her visa will expire on May 30.

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