Appeal for help from Prime Minister Imran Khan of the independent Azad Kashmir woman in India
LAHORE: Indian woman, Kabir Gilani, has appealed to Prime Minister Imran Khan to talk to the Indian government regarding her return home.
According to Express News, a woman named Kabir, a resident of Dusselabad Tehsil, a resident of Muzaffar Muzaffarabad, has appealed to Prime Minister Imran Khan to talk to the Indian government to bring him back to his homeland.
Talking to Express News, Kabir Gilani said 25 March 2010 was married to Mohammad Altaf, a resident of the occupied Kashmir, but after 8 years of marriage there was no child due to divorce in both of the year 2018.
According to Kabari, after being divorced by husband, he has no place to live nor has any arrangement for eating, and my father died last month in my divorce and distance
Kabir Gilani said that at present, more than 200 Azad Kashmiris and Pakistani residential girls in different parts of India-based Kashmir-based
Kashmiris are innocent, who want to come back to their homeland but the Indian government is not giving them clearance, in a few months of occupied Kashmir. Three Pakistani girls committed suicide.
After the news on Express Tribune, the Pakistani High Commission posted in India has assured that he will talk to Indian authorities regarding the return of Kabiri Gilani, while Ansarbarani, working for human rights, also said That they will try to bring this daughter-in-law of Pakistan.