Widow on event marries, settles in Pak

AMRITSAR: A Sikh widow who went to Pakistan on event has converted to Islam and married a male in Lahore she pronounced she had met on amicable media. Kiran Bala, 31, from Garhshankar city in Hoshiarpur, left behind 3 immature children with her father-in-law to marry Muhammad Azam, who she says she has famous for over a year and a half.

Indian authorities are wondering if she was coerced into converting and marrying a Lahore resident. The Shiromani Gurdwara Management Committee has purported that it amounts to a disaster on a partial of Indian comprehension officials.

Every year, before pilgrims are sent to Pakistan in a “jatha”, their passports are legalised by Indian authorities and many applications are rejected. The benefaction jatha has about 1,800 people.

While Kiran, who has now taken a name Amna Bibi, claims she married and converted to Islam of her possess accord, her father-in-law, former granthi (Sikh priest) Tarsem Singh, has appealed to unfamiliar apportion Sushma Swaraj to assistance him move Kiran back.

Talking to TOI over a phone from Lahore on Thursday, Amna Bibi said, “It was not on Facebook (that we met), it was amicable media.” She, however, refused to contend that amicable media comment she had used. “I did all by myself, no one forced me to do anything,” she insisted. She afterwards hung up, saying, “Please don’t disquiet me, we am in justice and bustling now.”

Kiran’s father-in-law, Tarsem Singh spoke to news group ANI and said, “My daughter-in-law called and pronounced that she has converted to Islam got re-married in Pakistan. we wish to ask a Prime Minister, CM of Punjab to take her out of this situation. we think she competence have depressed into a hands of ISI.”

Amna had left for Pakistan with an SGPC-led jatha to applaud Baisakhi around a Attari land limit on Apr 12. On Apr 16, she went to Lahore-based Darul-Ulaoom Naeemia and embraced Islam. Then she married Azam.

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