Mathrubhumi Impact: Kerala woman stuck in Ajman set to return home
Ajman: Ambika, a native of Thiruvalla has finally got a chance to return to Kerala after four-year-long struggle in Ajman. She is all set to return to her homeland as she got her passport back after settling the issue with a real estate company.
Five years back, two individuals rented a flat in Sharjah by submitting Ambika’s passport. When they failed to settle the rent dues, Ambika got into trouble and faced legal suit. She was sentenced to an imprisonment of four months. Though she was able to get out of the jail after completing the jail term, she was not able to return to Kerala due to the non-payment of the huge amount of rent. It was difficult for her to raise lakhs to settle the issue with the real estate company.
Mathrubhumi had reported about the pathetic situation of the woman. Following this, PA Hakeem, an advocate from Ottapalam alerted the concerned authorities about the same. As a result of the lawyer's efforts and news reports published by Mathrubhhumi, the real estate company decided to step back from further legal proceedings against Ambika.
Now, Ambika can return from Ajman. But amidst this, she is facing another crisis as the bank authority served notice to attach her house in Kerala. She is suffering from cardiac disease and other ailments including dementia. For over nine years, she has been taking insulin. Ambika who even finds it difficult to meet her treatment costs, keep her fingers crossed about getting some financial aid.