Iqra Jeevani, wife of Mulayam Singh Yadav, was returned to Pakistan
Iqra Jeevani, the young woman who married Mulayam Singh Yadav of India after fleeing Hyderabad, a city in Pakistan's southern Sindh region, has been returned to her family.
The young girl was detained in Bengaluru in January after crossing the porous border between India and Nepal in September. She got married to the 25-year-old Uttar Pradesh security guard she met through a gaming app.
Sohail Jeewani, the girl's father, claimed that they had already through a great deal of suffering and humiliation and simply wished to go on.
"I don't want her to talk about this or anyone else in my family should either. What has occurred has occurred. Yeah, I certify We have received her back, and tonight we are departing from Lahore "As reported by PTI, Sohail said.
Once the youngster was found by Indian officials in Bengaluru in January, her situation received a lot of attention in both nations. Iqra, a 16-year-old student at Federal Government Girls College in Hyderabad, left her house in Shahi Bazar on September 19, 2022, and was discovered four months later when authorities apprehended the young boy she shared an apartment with.
It turned out that she had become friends with the Indian man, Mulayam Singh Yadav, and later dated him. She also reportedly got married to him. "In early January, she had called us from India to let us know that she was safe and married to Afzal Jeewani, her uncle, described the Indian man.
According to a senior police official, the family alerted them about the call and they made contact with the Pakistani foreign office via the necessary channels. The Pakistani foreign office then made contact with their Indian counterparts to assist in locating and recovering the girl. She and her alleged husband were both taken into custody a few days after their initial encounter. When the two met on social media while playing online Ludo games, Afzal alleged that the Indian man had tricked his niece by assuming the identity of a Muslim lad.
Reports state that Bengaluru police detained Yadav on charges that he brought a Pakistani female to India after becoming friends with her. Iqra was then given to representatives of the Foreigners Regional Registration Office, who subsequently remanded her to a women's state residence At the Wagah border, she was turned over to Pakistani authorities on Sunday.
"The man used to play online Ludo while working as a security guard at a private company. He had a conversation with a little girl last year. His Pakistani lover was just invited to Bangalore so that they may get married. They devised a scheme to transport her to India via Nepal in September 2022 "Assistant commissioner of police for Whitefield, S. Girish, was quoted as saying in a report.