Afghan girl appeals to PM and CM KP
PESHAWAR: An Afghan girl Fareeda living in Peshawar has appealed the Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan to retrieve her property grabbed by her closed relatives, through diplomacy.
Speaking at a press conference here at Peshawar Press Club on Monday, she said that her property measuring some Rs 100 million occupied by her uncles and brothers at Ghazni in Afghanistan.
She said that she had eight sisters and four brothers while four uncles including Mirajuddin, Kheruddin, Shamsuddin and Eid Mohammad, who she added had grabbed her share inherited by her father, who had died.
She said that as her father had got marriages and she was living with her mother alone in Peshawar. However, she added that even her brothers deceived her and grabbed her property. “My relatives called me in Afghan Consulate, Peshawar and ensured me about my share by signing the documents of the property two years ago, but still, I’m deprived of my right,” she claimed.
She also accused her uncles and brothers of giving her life-threats if she were not gagged. “They threatened me to kill me even in Peshawar,” she alleged. She, therefore, demanded of the Afghan government to retrieve property from her relatives, who some of them living in Peshawar and also appealed the provincial police chief of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Naeem Khan to provide her protection.