Begum, who bore the weekend and is looking to return to the UK, called this move "hard to swallow" and described it as "a bit unfair to me and my son."
It will be much easier for me to go back to the UK, "she said.
ITV News reported on Tuesday that Begum's mother had received a letter from the Interior Ministry saying that an order was made to abolish her citizenship The letter asked Begum's family to make her aware of her decision and her right to appeal
Debate on the legality of the UK move
The decision sparked a debate about the legality behind him. of the Interior Ministry said pre CNN that the Interior Minister may deprive some of their British citizenship "when this would not make the stateless person".
The Begum family is of Bangladesh origin, according to former Metropolitan Police Chief Surveillance Officer Dahl Babe, who was in contact with the family
However, the Foreign Ministry of Bangladesh said in a statement that Begum is not a citizen of Bangladesh nor has visited the country.
The Bangladesh government is deeply concerned that it is mistakenly identified as the holder of dual citizenship shared with Bangladesh along with its birthplace, the United Kingdom, "the statement said.
"She is a British citizen by birth and has never applied for dual citizenship with Bangladesh … There is no doubt that she is allowed to enter Bangladesh."
Interior Minister Sajid Djavid proposed to parliament Wednesday children of jihadists who lose citizenship may still be British