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They would inject me on my leg so I won't escape: Malik

DNAHM109991 | 3/20/2017 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :349

Woman rescued from Saudi

Ahmedabad: It was an emotional scene at the Mithakhali office of Mahila police station when Hafijabanu Malik, 45, a resident of Shahpur, arrived at around 7 pm accompanied by four cops.
Family of Malik, who was trafficked to Saudi Arabia by agents on the promise of a job in a beauty parlour but instead made to do household chores, erupted in tears when the Mahila crime branch team brought her to the city via road from Mumbai.
Malik's flight had landed at Mumbai airport at 4.45 am. Her return was made possible after the state education minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama contacted the Home department which in turn contacted the Ministry of External Affairs.
ACP, Women Cell, Panna Momaya, said, "Her tickets we
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