Authorities to deport Pakistani woman for illegally staying in Bengaluru


Bengaluru, Jan 25 (IANS): A Pakistani woman in the custody of Karnataka authorities has been refusing to go back to her country as the authorities are preparing to deport her back to Pakistan, sources said on Wednesday.

The police sources revealed that the accused Pakistani national Ikra Jiwani has been pleading the authorities not to deport back to her country.

The woman is claiming that since she had married an Indian, she should be allowed to stay back in Bengaluru with him.

She is saying she loved her husband Mulayam Singh Yadav and married him after falling in love. She is claiming that she can't live without him, sources said.

Ikra is presently in the custody of the Foreigners Regional Registration Office. The authorities are preparing for her deportation and are approaching the Pakistan government in this regard which will take about two months, police said.

However, authorities are growing suspicious about the couple as they had not produced any documents as proof for their wedding.

Sources say that the couple have not submitted their marriage photos or certificate.

The Bellandur police in Bengaluru have taken up the investigation in this matter.

The Karnataka Police had arrested the 19-year-old Ikra for illegally staying in India. The accused had sneaked into India through the Nepal border.

The accused had got introduced to Mulayam Singh from Uttar Pradesh through a dating app and later married him.

Preliminary investigations showed that the couple resided at Junnasandra locality near Sarjapur road in Bengaluru. She attempted to contact her mother who lives in Pakistan.

The central intelligence agencies have gathered information about the accused woman and alerted the state police authorities.

The police had conducted a special operation and took her and her husband into custody. The police are investigating the antecedents of the woman and tracking her history and activities in India.

The accused woman had renamed herself as Rava Yadav and hidden her original identity.

The accused woman had also made submissions to obtain an Indian passport under the new name.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • KS Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    If she wants to live in India and has no mal intent, what is the problem? She once belonged to India and I am sure she had not control over formation of Pakistan or Bangladesh..she is ordinary citizen. Intent of her husband also may be established and let the couple to live peacefully if they both do not have mal-intent. Vasudiva Kutumba - live together happily wherever you find peace and comfort. It's a rare case and hence should be OK...what is the problem?

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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Shankar this is the. Generous heart of Hindus in India. If this is the same in Pakistan by now this couple would have been killed by Islamic fanatics there. Beauty of India is love and kindness of majority Hindus towards everyone without bias

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  • Pacfic Heights, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    I think Pakistani Pappu , Bilawal Bhutto would amicably take up this case and give justice to this lady! Hope he does not reach out to his Indian counterpart for his knowledge on 'Hindu vs Hindutwa'.

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  • Ismail, Munich,Germany

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    If any major community girl fall love in Muslim guy then it will labeled as Love Jihad. This one appears as Love kesari case.

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  • Shiva, Sullia

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    If she not having any anti India intentions, let she live in India upon completing the legal requirements. Let them live with lots of love.

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    I feel the authorities should investigate her background, contacts and phone calls. If nothing suspicious is found, as humane gesture, she should be allowed to stay in India. One lady is no burden for India with a population of 1 billion plus!

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  • Rajesh Poojary, Mangalore / Abudhabi

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Coming days we would find many pakistani girls migrating to india since nuclear weapon holding neighbor country facing dire electricity short in supply , food scarcity and government does not have salary to pay to the officials .

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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Shankar this is the. Generous heart of Hindus in India. If this is the same in Pakistan by now this couple would have been killed by Islamic fanatics there. Beauty of India is love and kindness of majority Hindus towards everyone without bias

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    just wondering how this girl entered india by violating the strict immigration and border authorities of India as said repeatedly by our great chaiwala...that means our borders are still porous

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  • TK, dubai

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Our borders are as porous as a teabag

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Let her stay back in India, Don't forget we were one country during British Raj.

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  • SHAHNAWAZ KUKKIKATTE, UDUPI/DUBAI

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Love knows no boundaries. Its pure and sacred. After thoroughly ascretaining the facts, if nothing adverse is found, let them live in India. Dont spoil the loving family for the sake of dirty politics and hate for pakistan. Would you deport a nepali or chinese or bhutani national for marrying an Indian and staying in India??

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  • Prem Prasad, Kasargod

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Shshnawaz Bsnnajje...How sheep-grazing girl fall in love with person from across the border. In many places there is problem of electricity difficult to operate internet properly. Who guided her to travel to India via Nepal than to India. Did there family accustom her in this process. Need propper investigation. We faced difficulties earliee mumbra-bases collegian Ishraat Jahaan had link with pak terrorists belonged to Lashkar-e-Toiba according to statement made by David Headley. How she find love with kerala based Pillai and all of them seen in Nasik together. Is it not the duty of family members to track down where there girl at last lands if not come home on time..??

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Ishrat Jehan case was fake encounter just like Sohrabuddin Sheik case who was used by a prominent politician to eliminate Haren Pandya who was strong contender for CM post of Gujarat and who succeeded is history now. Police planted weapons and created a fake story to cover up.

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  • GURKA, Mangaluru

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    delhi, UP MP BIHAR all are the same CRIMINALS

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  • Brijesh, Kumta

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Can one fall in love playing Ludo...eentha vichitra in kaliyug that also girl who always hiding in burqa to evade noticeable of strangers. Heenghe Aadhare Henghe.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    in the mean time, two lakh Indian techies sacked by different companies in US are begging and running from pillar to post to stay back there itself.....now they know that make in India is just a jumla...none of the indians who are settled overseas would like to return to the country as they know it is going towards fascism

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  • sandy, Udupi

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Dear Kujli, Wondering how you are still in Kodial.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    kodial kisi ki baap ka zaagir nahin hai...kitna jugari aur kori katta walon ka haq hai utna hi mera bhi hai....

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  • Pintu Singh, Kudla

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Wonderful. Ek ek karke sabko bhaga do. This is India, not a pre 2014 guest house where people can come and stay for free

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Reverse Love Jannath. She is living with her lover which according to our courts is equal to marriage. She has converted to Hinduism which is her husband's religion as such she could be given special status and should be considered to naturalization of citizenship. Our laws should be humane by enforcers rather than go strictly by the written ones. As her age rules out her to be a trained spy or any terror module of future the government should track her after releasing her to live with her husband for a specific time. The whole earth is one but we have divided it into countries and divided people on the basis of religion,caste, creed and race and the New World Order is intending to erase them under one Globalist Government which sounds good but part of global slavery.

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  • AD, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    If she really loves the man and she has not done any anti Indian activitoes let her stay back.

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  • Sudhir, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    How you will convince her family members married to a hindu boy. Let them approach a propper channel to settle down in India to evade arrest again.

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  • Observer, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    How about those thousands Pakistanis inflitrated on the pretext of prosecution, sheltred and promised by Jumla Party for Citizenship

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  • Prem Prasad, Kasargod

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Should we declare Love Jihad failed in front of Love Kesari. Automatically girls fallen in love without much difficulty.

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  • Observer, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    In any context, the role of Tadipar is under dubious...

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    If a 18 yr old girl can sneak into India, one can imagine how safe the border is for terrorists to enter. But bhakths wil say that amit shah is the strongest home minister. Jai tadipaar!

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  • Mukhtaar, Baillor-Palli

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    So strong fence/barricade constructed around our womens with purdah still slips..after all our border is so vast can sneak easily by bribing in border as happening always.

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  • Alwyn, Canada

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Most of camel riders and it’s followers cross borders illegally every corner of the world

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  • Rohan Pinto, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Why can't they allowed to live freely here? There are lot of Indians illegally entered and lived in western countries. Are they not allowed to live there? No humanity after fascist government came into rule in the center. This is a real sanathani sankrithi , Atithee Devo Bhava is a hoax created by manuvadis. . In reality, they themselves a biggest bigot.

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  • Amit, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Rohanaa deporting illegal pakistani women is wrong acording to u ??? Come on man grow up..this is not maohan’s silent govt to allow pakistani immigrents to india

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  • Alfred D'costa, Udupi/New Delhi

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Roshan Pinto....By illegal immigrants european countries turn islamic by 2050. Are putting pressure on government to introduce shariah law with often protests. It's a dangerous act not even allow to conduct any christmas/new year party in some localities

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  • Rita, Germany

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Please dont send her back .Suppose when you send her back.may be waits for her death sentence or may have to go to jail.When she is not yet married let them marry now and produce a certififcate.Ask her where she married ?Or singh?Her husband?Wait for a while.watch them .which Marraige app is it?In case you decide to send back there is a chance she may suicide?Please avoid this.Save a life.

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  • soni, USA

    Wed, Jan 25 2023

    HAHHAHA, MILLION PAKISTANI LIVING INDIA NO GOVT SEARCH THIS IS HER BAD LUCK GET INTO CUSTODY PLUS CHECK DHARAVI AND OLD DELHI MILLION OF PAKISTANI LIVING THERE .. ALL VOTE BANK FOR GOVRTMENT HAHAHAHA.. SHAME SHAME INDIA

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  • asif, uttara kannda

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Like u r living in US...

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  • Charan Amin, Mlore

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    Ha ha well said.

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  • Venkataramana Govinda, Barmuda Triangles

    Wed, Jan 25 2023

    Modiji has made India so prosperous that now even Pakistanis want to come and settle here

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman / Washington, DC.

    Wed, Jan 25 2023

    Send both husband and wife to Pakistan....if not allow them to live in India.... its wrong to send wife to Pakistan and Husband in India... ...Tak...Takk....

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  • Don, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 25 2023

    If her marriage is legal, and her husband is indeed Indian - SHE SHOULD NOT BE DEPORTED. Period. She has every right to stay in India.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Wed, Jan 25 2023

    So far the authorities have not found anything incriminating about her but let her live in India but we have to keep a watch on her ...

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  • RSRB, Al Khor

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    We means? Daijiworld readers?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Thu, Jan 26 2023

    India ...

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  • Billy, Mangalore/Dubai

    Fri, Jan 27 2023

    Ooohhhh...Will you call this Kesari Jihad or Love Jihad? How come Yogi is allowing this to happen?

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