Pakistani court orders seizing of Indian diplomat's mobile phone

Pakistani court orders seizing of Indian diplomat's mobile phone

"Waseem", he stated in the petition.

Ali, a resident of Daggar Tehsil in Buner District, made the federation through the interior secretary, the foreign secretary, the high commission of India through the Indian high commissioner, and Uzma respondents. In her statement, recorded before a magistrate, she has said that she came to Pakistan to see her relatives and not to marry Ali.

The Pakistani husband of 20-year-old Uzma, who has alleged that she was forced to marry at gunpoint, has pleaded the High Court in Islamabad for a meeting with his wife to clear all "misunderstandings".

In his petition, Ali stated that he is a taxi driver in Malaysia and in 2016, he met Uzma and their relationship further evolved into an agreement that they should tie the knot.

Pakistan has cited "legal issues" to delay the woman's return to India.

The petition on Friday sought security for her journey back to India via the Wagah border and requested that her husband be restrained from harassing her.

Talking to journalists, the petitioner said that his first wife was aware of his second marriage and Uzma also knew about his first marriage.

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"I urge the court to ask the Foreign Office to issue duplicate travel documents so that I may travel back to India", she added. He rejected allegations of physical and sexual violence and said Uzma should be medically examined to prove her allegations. Uzma has been living at the high commission since May 5.

Declaring her husband and the Foreign Office as parties to the case, Uzma declared the diplomatic enclave in the Indian High Commission as her residence.

The counsel said that the petitioner was denied entry to the Indian High Commission and has been unable to communicate with her in any manner whatsoever.

Authorities in Islamabad High Court on Friday seized the mobile phone of the first Secretary at the Indian High Commission for allegedly "taking photos of the HC judge".

She has maintained in the plea that her five-year-old daughter named Falak who is back in India has fallen ill and it is needed of her to visit her as soon as possible.

The diplomat told the court that he was texting on his phone and not using his camera.

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