ISLAMABAD: The suspicious case of the Indian national Dr Uzma who had come to Pakistan to meet her husband Tahir Ali seems to come to an end with the return of the Uzma to India.
Uzma, an Indian national who claimed she had been forced to marry Pakistani man at gunpoint in Buner earlier in May, returned to her home country via the Wagah border on Thursday, a day after the IHC allowed her to do so.
Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj took to twitter to welcome the 22-year-old back to India.
"Welcome home India's daughter. I am sorry for all that you have gone through," Swaraj wrote.
Indian Deputy High Commissioner J P Singh saw Uzma off in Islamabad and she was escorted to Wagah border crossing with strict security.