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Published in the 1-15 Aug 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

Shame on you, Pakistan
"Let me be Pakistani": pregnant wife

An Indian woman who converted to Islam and married a Pakistani man is fighting a battle against bureaucracy to avoid being deported to India. Twenty-five-year-old Dr Hafsa Aman, formerly Divya Dayanandan, hails from Kerala in southern India. She met a Pakistani Pashtun man, Aman Khan, in Ukraine in 1995 while both were studying medicine. They were the same age and they fell in love. After completing her studies, she followed Aman to Pakistan and married him. Now she is expecting his child. Both now live in the small agricultural town of Mardan, some 40 kms from Peshawar, in North West Frontier Province. Her husband filed an application with the Interior Ministry for her to become a Pakistani citizen, but the ministry not only rejected her application, it also asked her to leave the country. Aman Khan filed a case in Peshawar's High Court seeking justice. In June the court granted his pregnant wife a stay against deportation and asked the interior ministry to explain why would not grant her citizenship. On July 23 she was given an extension of two weeks! Pakistan, which is keen to swallow Kashmir, cannot accept the Biharis stranded in Bangladesh and has no space for a single Muslim woman...

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