Islamabad, June 2 (Agency) Frustrated over non-receipt of encroached land in Pakistan even after more than three decades, a Pakistani woman on Tuesday moved the High Court seeking her deportation to India. According to the report of Pakistan’s Sama television channel, a woman named Syeda Shahnaz, a resident of Sheikhupura district of Punjab province, is wandering from door to door to get back her five marla of land. Some influential people had occupied this land of Sayeda about 35 years ago. Completely disappointed with Pakistan’s judicial system, Syeda Shahnaz (45) sought the Lahore High Court (LHC) to order the authorities to issue Indian visas to her. Sayeda says she doesn’t think she will ever get her land back. LHC Chief Justice Amir Bhatti was hearing the matter when the petitioner made this peculiar request. Describing the ordeal, Syeda Shahnaz said that this matter is going on for the last 35 years. She was just nine years old when the trial began. Syeda also told the court that due to non-receipt of land, he was forced to live in a rented house in Sheikhpura.