Two ‘missing’ Pak women turn up at police station in Gujarat

Asif Mohammed Abdul Latif Memon, 26, had lodged the complaint, stating that his wife Navira, 19, and her one-and-a-half-year old daughter, Fatima, were missing.

By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published:October 27, 2016 4:37 am

Two Pakistani cousins, married to two brothers in Ahmedabad, turned up before the Paldi police station in the city on Wednesday. A missing complaint had been lodged by their husbands, stating that the women had disappeared with children and documents, including passports. Paldi police inspector A G Gohil said that the women, Ayesha and Navira, had left home on Sunday evening and went to their aunt’s place in the neighbourhood. He said, “The two women had a verbal fight with their in-laws and out of frustration they left home. They wanted to go back to Rajasthan. However, after the missing complaint, they were brought to police station.”

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The missing complaint was lodged Monday after their relatives couldn’t find them. Asif Mohammed Abdul Latif Memon, 26, a resident of Shalimar complex at Paldi, had lodged the complaint, stating that his wife Navira, 19, their two-and-a-half month old son Ayan, sister-in-law Ayesha, 20, and her one-and-a-half-year old daughter, Fatima, were missing since Sunday. Ayesha is the wife of Asif’s brother, Mohammed Sohail. Police said that Ayesha and Navira, who are cousins, are originally from Karachi and married Asif and Suhail in 2013.