British-Pakistanis blackmail their wives by shooting videos of first wedding night
New Delhi: Several Pakistani girls have revealed their tale of horror on how they were lured into marrying British-Pakistani citizens, who were later blackmailed by shooting their videos of their first wedding night.
As per The Nation, victims opened the Pandora’s Box about their marriage scams from areas like Pakistan’s Mirpur where accused British nationals propose girls to marry them on promises that they will have a great life ahead.
The victims’ families were also duped by these scamsters, as revealed at a recent press conference which was organised at the Kashmir Press Club, Mirpur.
Those addressing the press conference said a full gang of British-Pakistani nationals led by Mumtaz also known as ‘Taja Pehlwan’ are targeting young girls, especially in Mirpur. Mumtaz developed physical relationships with one of these girls, assuring them of a luxurious life abroad if they married.
Many girls were reportedly targeted by this group. The men used to marry them and then shoot intimate videos on the first night of wedding. Later, these girls were threatened that if they revealed anything their videos would be shared online.
Many of them even refused to take their wives with them and in fact they would have several wives at a given point of time and, if any of them sought divorce, they would be charged with false cases and that their videos would be leaked.
This way, Mumtaz managed to marry as many as seven girls, Anzar married five of them and Muhammad was able to set liaison for three. Two of the family members of Mumtaz were also involved in this scam.
The accused persons refused to grant divorce and kept the women as multiple wives. In case, any one of the women raised their voices, the accused would lodge false cases of theft against them and threaten to malign their images.
The accused are currently at large. Victims also revealed that Mumtaz is heading a gang of drug-peddlers with the support of his nephews Muhammad Ali and Anzar Ali. The victims also said they were forced to be part of illegal drug operations too and told that parents of young girls to be vigilant about such human trafficking attempts.