Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Woman fleeing mother-in-law in India stopped at airport

Petaling Jaya: Dvasuria Subramaniam’s hopes of finally returning to Malaysia after months of alleged abuse at the hands of her mother-in-law in India were dashed when she was prevented from boarding her flight at Tiruchirappalli International Airport because she had overstayed.
According to a report in The Star, apart from being barred from boarding her Malindo Air flight, the mother of one from Kuala Lumpur was also fined by the Indian authorities and her flight ticket was cancelled.
Devasuria said that she had not read the fine print, which stated that the visa had to be renewed after she had been in India for 45 days.
She had been eager to return to Malaysia because she was physically abused by her mother-in-law three times and her relationship with her husband had deteriorated.
Devasuria again finds herself in a predicament, because her husband, S Muralidas, had borrowed money from a moneylender to pay for flight tickets for her and their four-year-old son.
“He already has to pay interest for the money he borrowed, and he cannot borrow any more money.
“He already has to pay interest for the money he borrowed, and he cannot borrow any more money.
I just don’t know what else to do to get back home.”
Devasuria and Muralidas have been married since 2009.
Muralidas, an auto rickshaw driver from India, had been living in Malaysia since 2001, but his work permit expired in 2009. After he and Devasuria married, he remained in Malaysia illegally because he was unable to renew his permit.
05/12/17 Free Malaysia Today

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