TORONTO: A seven months pregnant woman is facing deportation from Toronto despite medical specialists warning that it’s unsafe for her to travel.
Farhana Sultana, from Bangladesh, is set to take flight home for Jan. 10. This action is taken after Sultana’s permanent residency application on humanitarian and compassionate grounds was rejected last month.
The 30-year-old woman suffers from cardiac issues currently lives in Scarborough, Toronto says that she’s now simply begging the federal agency to at least let her stay until she gives birth to her baby girl, who is due on March 1.Also Read: Surrey Murder-Suicide: Jalandhar girl Prabhleen murdered by her husband
A Canadian Border and Services Agency (CBSA) agent told the family that a medical expert will also examine the letters in January, but until then, the family’s deportation and flight are scheduled for Jan. 10, Sultana said.
A woman, who is seven months pregnant and suffering from cardiac issues in Toronto, is facing deportation to Bangladesh, despite medical specialists warning that it’s unsafe for her to travel.