Two Pak women go missing in Ahmedabad, FIR lodged

According to the complaint, Ayesha and Navira can speak Gujarati, English and Urdu fluently. Police said teams have been formed to trace the missing women.

By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published:October 26, 2016 6:12 am

Two Pakistani women, married to two brothers in Ahmedabad, are believed to have gone missing with their children, passports, visa and other documents. One of the brothers has lodged a missing complaint with Paldi police station, stating that the women have been missing since Sunday evening.

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According to Paldi police, the missing complaint was lodged Monday after the relatives failed to find the women. Asif Mohammed Abdul Latif Memon, 26, a resident of Shalimar complex at Paldi, lodged the missing 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 have gone missing. Ayesha is the wife of Asif’s brother, Mohammed Sohail. Police said that Ayesha and Navira, who are cousins, are originally from Karachi in Pakistan. They married Asif and Suhail in 2013, with their marriage arranged by their respective families. “There were some domestic disputes in their home which, prima facie, seems to be the reason. We’re trying to trace them,” said Paldi police inspector A G Gohil. Asif refused to talk saying, “Police officials have told me not to talk to anyone about the case as it is a sensitive case.”

According to the complaint, Ayesha and Navira can speak Gujarati, English and Urdu fluently. Police said teams have been formed to trace the missing women.