Two Pak sisters married to Indian brothers from Ahmedabad go missing | india-news | Hindustan Times
Today in New Delhi, India
Oct 22, 2017-Sunday
-°C
New Delhi
  • Humidity
    -
  • Wind
    -

Two Pak sisters married to Indian brothers from Ahmedabad go missing

The two Pakistani sisters were married to the Indian brothers from Ahmedabad. One of the sisters came to India four years ago while the other one came two years ago.

india Updated: Oct 25, 2016 22:05 IST
PTI
The two Pakistani sisters were married to the Indian brothers from Ahmedabad. One of the sisters came to India four years ago while the other one came two years  ago.
The two Pakistani sisters were married to the Indian brothers from Ahmedabad. One of the sisters came to India four years ago while the other one came two years ago.(AP file photo)

Two Pakistani sisters married to two Indian brothers have gone missing along with their two children after they walked out of their homes in Paldi area of Ahmedabad, police said on Tuesday.

The brothers -- Arif Memon and Mohammad Soheb married to Ayeshabibi and Navirabibi respectively -- filed a complaint stating that their wives have gone missing.

“The sisters who are Pakistani nationals and married to brothers from Ahmedabad left their homes in Paldi along with their two children -- a two-year-old boy and a three-month-old girl--on evening of October 23,” Paldi police station sub-inspector R D Gojiya said.

“They also carried their passports and marriage certificates. They are untraceable since then,” he added.

He said that CCTV footage outside the residences of Memon and Soheb showed the women leaving with their belongings and children.

There is no mention of the reason in the complaint on why the women left their house.

Ayeshabibi had come to India around four years ago, while her younger sister Navirabibi two years back.

“They cannot leave for Pakistan because for that they will have to seek permission from police for visa,” Gojiya added.