Shamshuddin, a resident of Beri Kak Hata in Kanghi Mohal beneath Bajaria police station, had crossed the Attari-Wagah border on October 26 after Pakistan accepted his plea to be reunited along with his household earlier than his loss of life. A Pakistan court docket had sentenced Shamshuddin to eight years in jail in 2012 for espionage and possession of a faux passport.
An knowledgeable in making shoe uppers, he had left Kanpur for Delhi looking for employment in 1992, solely to be misled by a Pakistan-based relative, who illegally took him alongside to that nation by faking paperwork. In 2012, Shamshuddin was nabbed by an intelligence company when he tried to get his passport renewed to journey again to India. The Pakistan authorities accused Shamshuddin of being an Indian spy who had entered the nation for “anti-national” actions.
Shamshuddin’s brother Faheemuddin mentioned he spoke to his elder sibling a few days in the past. “He (Shamshuddin) shared his bitter experience in Pakisan and said he was treated harshly in jail. He was put in a dark room, where he spent sleepless nights without sufficient food.”
Sisamau circle officer Tripurari Pandey mentioned Shamshuddin could be launched from the quarantine centre in Punjab on Monday and was anticipated in his hometown on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Shamshuddin’s 13-year-old daughter Azra, who was a toddler when she final noticed her father, mentioned she could not wait to fulfill her “Abbu”.