3 Pakistanis convicted for living in Bengaluru with fake Aadhaar cards
Bengaluru Police convicted a Pakistani couple and a Pakistani woman with fake Aadhaar cards and illegal documents. The couple was deported while the woman is in Bengaluru prison
Bengaluru: A Pakistani couple, living in Bengaluru with fake Aadhaar cards and forged documents, were convicted. According to reports they have been handed to Pakistani authorities at Wagah-Attari border on May 11.
The two Pakistani nationals Kashif Shamsuddin (30) and his wife Kirhon Ghulam Ali (30) are residents of Chakragot in Karachi.
With them another woman named Sameera who is married to man from Kerala was also arrested. She is serving jail time in Bengaluru.
According to reports, Mohammed Shihab, from Kerala, fell in love with a Pakistani woman called Samira Abdul Rahman when he was working in Oman two years ago. They got married, but their marriage was opposed by both their families. When Sameera’s father found about his daughter’s marriage to an Indian, he took her back to Karachi and was kept under house arrest. That time she was pregnant with her first child and she had a miscarriage in Karachi.
Shihab with the help of Sameera’s cousin, Kirhon and her fiancée Kashif took Sameera out of Karachi. Knowing that her father would find them in Oman again, they decided to go to India through Nepal.
Before leaving, they were joined by Kirhon and Kashif who were also planning to move to India to escape from their parents.
They have been charged under various sections of the Foreigners Act, Passport Act, and also conspiracy.