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Thank you for your reply.
He did not refuse to consummate the marriage, in fact it never even got to that stage. He had to go back to Pakistan within the week of our registration due to his visa expiring. However, it is coming up to 2 years now and we have not seen each other ever since, let alone having any sexual relation.
We did not reside together following that week of our registration either as I was not officially given away to him by my parents according to our cultural practice, but we had planned this upon his return from Pakistan. Obviously within that time frame things overturned and the marriage was short lived.
If it helps, he is also my first cousin, if that is any basis of annulling the marriage too. In my eyes the marriage in invalid as the marriage never really existed. I would much rather have an annulment rather than a divorce as I was only married on paper, not otherwise so.