Kumar, an Indian man, is married to Anju. He says they are still legally wed, even though Anju says she filed for divorce three years ago. Kumar claims he’s received no notice from the court, suggesting they are still married. He wants the government to look into this.
Anju, who has converted to Islam and adopted the name, Fatima, traveled to a remote Pakistani village to meet a Facebook friend. Kumar wants the government to check if she used false papers to make this journey without his knowledge.
Anju’s planned return to India will prompt Kumar to file a formal report. He says their daughter doesn’t acknowledge Anju as her mother anymore, complicating any chance of them getting back together. Kumar is shocked by Anju’s actions. He remembers her being stressed from work but didn’t expect her to go to such lengths. The couple, who had an arranged marriage, has always been good with their kids.
Kumar wants custody of their children. He is asking the government to revoke Anju’s passport and visa to stop her from returning to Pakistan. Anju, a native of Uttar Pradesh, India, and a resident of Rajasthan, befriended Nasrulla, a Pakistani, on Facebook in 2019.