Pak returned boy says he committed a blunder

Friday - February 9, 2018
SRINAGAR (Indian Occupied Kashmir): In Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK), Nisar Ahmed Khan, 44, a resident of Pulwama, went to Pakistan in 1992 but later came back under the rehabilitation scheme announced by the then puppet IOK chief minister (CM) Omar Abdullah, Khan now says he committed a blunder in returning from Pakistan.

According to Kashmir media service (KMS), Nisar Ahmed Khan in a media interview in Srinagar said, “On my return to IOK, we were assured that all of us will be rehabilitated and a job will be given to us. Let aside the job, the so called land allotted to me by the Pulwama deputy commissioner has not been given to me.”

Aafiya Hassan, the wife of Nisar and a native of Pakistan, said she was aware that such things could happen in occupied Kashmir. “I am living a miserable life here. I want to go back with my children. But they (the authorities) don’t allow us because we don’t have Indian passports,” she said.

Nisar said that he had knocked the offices of all officers but 7 years of such efforts had yielded nothing.

He said that he was living in a rented room with Rs 2,500 monthly rent and had to pay the school fees of his children.

He said if the puppet IOK regime can do nothing for him, then it should let his wife and children go back to Pakistan. “The education and future of my children is at stake,” he regretted.