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Married Indian Woman Crosses Over into Pakistan to Meet Lover, Similar to Seema Haider Case

In a strikingly similar incident to the Seema Haider saga, a married woman from New Delhi, India, has reportedly travelled to Pakistan to meet her lover in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, as per Aaj News on Sunday. The woman, identified as Anju (35), crossed the border into Pakistan through the Wagah border crossing, legally, with a valid […]

Edited By : Saurav Gupta | Updated: Jul 24, 2023 22:27 IST
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Indian Woman Crosses Over into Pakistan
Indian Woman Crosses Over into Pakistan

In a strikingly similar incident to the Seema Haider saga, a married woman from New Delhi, India, has reportedly travelled to Pakistan to meet her lover in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, as per Aaj News on Sunday.

The woman, identified as Anju (35), crossed the border into Pakistan through the Wagah border crossing, legally, with a valid visa, unlike Seema Haider, who had sneaked into India without proper travel documents. Anju was granted entry by the Pakistani authorities based on her visa.

According to Upper Dir SHO, Javed Khan, Anju had a four-year relationship with Nasrullah (29) from Upper Dir, whom she initially befriended on Facebook.

Read More: Seema Haidar Case: ‘It is too early to say anything,’ says Prashant Kumar, UP Spl DG

Their friendship evolved into love, and despite being married, Anju decided to embark on a journey to Pakistan in pursuit of her love interest, as reported by Aaj News.

The Indian woman’s arrival in Pakistan with a valid visa has caught the attention of the government authorities, who have initiated an investigation into the matter. However, she was allowed to stay in Pakistan for 30 days, as stated in her visa information form.

Anju revealed that she could not imagine life without Nasrullah and had decided to visit Pakistan for sightseeing, not marriage, according to Aaj News.

Her arrival has prompted a security team to launch a probe, and local journalists were restricted from meeting her on Sunday, with officials stating that she and Nasrullah had gone for an outing.

Meanwhile, Seema Haider, a 30-year-old Pakistan nationalist, entered India from Nepal in May along with her four children with the intention of residing with her partner, Sachin Meena, 22, in the Rabupura area of Greater Noida. Their initial contact was established in 2019 through the popular online game PUBG.

On July 4, Haider was arrested by the UP Police for illegally entering India, while Meena was apprehended for harboring illegal immigrants. Subsequently, both of them were granted bail, and they have since been living together in the Rabupura area.

First published on: Jul 23, 2023 10:57 PM IST

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