Pakistani woman who got Indian citizenship had two fake voter ids, Kutch police lodges caseSeptember 07, 2017
After an interesting revelation, the police in Kutch district is investigating a case in which a Pakistani woman who had come to this bordering district of Gujarat on a long term visa in 1990 and was recently granted Indian citizenship following her marriage with an Indian national, was reportedly having two fake Indian voter identity cards even before getting the Indian citizenship.
Police today said that one Banoli Zakihussain, a Pakistani woman who had married Abder Rahman Haji Bhasariya of Udhama village in Khavda of Kutch district, got Indian citizenship in April this year.
Later during investigation it was revealed that she had obtained two voter id cards with the help of fake documents in the name of Miya Vasaibai showing her as residents of Udhama and Bhitara respectively.
It is understood that the family members of the lady got the fake id cards made in her name.
Police has lodged a case in this connection and investigating it in detail.
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