Pakistani sisters released Amritsar jail: Two Pakistani sisters identified as Fatima and Mumtaz, who were arrested along with their mother for smuggling narcotics into India in 2006, are set to return to Pakistan after being behind the bars for over 10 years. their mother died in the prison in 2008.The sisters will be accompanied by Fatima’s 11-year-old daughter, Hina. Fatima was pregnant when she was taken into custody and give birth to her daughter Hina in Amritsar jail. Hina said that she wanted to be a doctor so she could help people.
“My mother , aunt and grandmother were innocent and had to spend more than 10 years in jail for no fault of theirs, it could be someone’s mistake.
If I become an officer, the chances are that I could also do some mistake but If I am a doctor then I will only be helping people so I want to be a doctor,” Hina said. The 11-year-old added that she had learnt Punjabi, English and Mathematics in India and that she would continue her studies in Pakisatn. Meanwhile Fatima and Mumtaz expressed their desire to visit the Golden Temple to pay their gratitude to the almighty upon their release.Pakistani sisters released Amritsar jail, ” We have requested the Jail authorities to give us permission to pay obedience at Golden Temple before sending us back,” Fatima said. Fatima thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for paying special attention to their case. “We thank him and salute India,” Fatima said after the begin released from the jail. Both Fatima And Mumtaz along with the 11 year old will be handed over to Pakistan via Attari border on Thursday.
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