Karachi-based ‘Munni’ finds her household in India after 40 years

A lady, who was allegedly first offered in New Delhi after which smuggled by human traffickers to Pakistan from India, lastly met her household on social media after 40 years.

Earlier this month, a video of the lady named Munni primarily based in Karachi went viral on social media through which she claimed that she initially belonged to Moradabad metropolis of India and she or he additionally revealed the title of her neighbourhood.

“I was shocked. I could not recognise my sister initially but in the descriptions, she gave of the village and of her family, there was no doubt that she is my eldest sister,” her brother Akram informed The Pioneer.

Akram mentioned he had almost forgotten that he had an elder sister recalling that round 40 years again, when he was a toddler, his sister Munni went lacking.

His father tried to find her for almost two years. Once they failed, they took her for useless.

The script has an in depth resemblance with the blockbuster film Bajrangi Bhaijaan, through which Pawan Kumar Chaturvedi (Salman Khan) travels to Pakistan to reunite a six-year-old lady, Munni, along with her household.

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“My uncle took me to Delhi and sold me to a person. I went with him, because I knew him and he said he would take me to Delhi and bring me back within a few days,” Munni informed the Indian media from Karachi by way of WhatsApp name.

Later, the lady mentioned she married Sajjad Haider in Pakistan who she mentioned rescued her.

After the wedding, Munni mentioned she modified her title to Bushra.

“I am happy now. I have four children. But I always wanted to meet my family — my father, brothers and sisters. I do not know, but I remember about our locality and the people staying around our house,” Munni added.

“Almost every day we talk on the telephone. The conversation continues for hours and ends up with tears in our eyes,” Akram mentioned.

“I appeal to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to issue a visa for my sister so she can come to India to visit us,” he added.

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