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Banerjee was persecuted specifically for refusing to wear a burka. This is absolutely false. Sushmita Banerjee was the kind of person who would believe that an elephant could indeed be hidden in a bag.
There, she met the strapping Jaanbaz, one of a couple of thousand Afghan money-lenders who ply their trade in cash and nuts in the city. These men are accepted as traditional curiosities: Congenitally adventurous, Sushmita overcame the a kabuliwalas bengali wife she faced and married Jaanbaz.
He took her to Afghanistan, where she discovered he had another wife. Like Bandopadhyay's a kabuliwalas bengali wife abortive escape attempts which took her to and from the winding Khyber Pass, to be stopped by her husband's relatives almost at the gate of the Indian Embassy in Islamabad.
These were journeys without a map or a passport.
Or like the encounter with a Taliban squad that could have been fatal. I was to a kabuliwalas bengali wife shot dead on the morning of July 22,on the charge of disorderly behaviour unbecoming of a woman Her corpse was found early the next day beside a madrasa in the outskirts of the provincial capital Sharana.
The body had 20 bullet hole marks. Police surmised she might have been targeted for murder for a kabuliwalas bengali wife reasons, including her book, her social work in the region, or merely the fact that she was an Indian woman,  or according to others for not wearing a burqafor which she was sentenced to death almost two decades earlier, under the Taliban regime.
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Just because of her open writing, she was regularly threatened by the tabibani terrorist. After that her corpse was found early the next day beside a madrasa in the outskirts.
The body had 20 bullet hole marks. Police said, she might have been targeted for murder for various reasons, including her book, her social work in the region, or merely the fact that she was an Indian woman, or according to others for not wearing a Burkha for which she was sentenced to death almost two decades earlier, under a kabuliwalas bengali wife Taliban regime.