Home Minister Amit Shah attended the Booth President Sammelan in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore on July 30. BJP supporters in large numbers attended the event. During his visit, he targeted the UPA Government over National Security during its reign. He said that every now and then terrorists from Pakistan attacked India, and the then government did nothing.
Pakistani national, Seema Haider is under the lens of the UP ATS. Seema who is under the lens of security agencies, recently was grilled by UP ATS. I cannot go back to my hometown as death is waiting for me in Pakistan, said Seema Haider. “I have told the truth to the investigation agencies. I will have to say 100 lies to hide one lie, so I told the truth. I am India’s daughter-in-law, and this country’s law will serve justice. Pakistan is now a foreign land for me.I can’t go back to Pakistan, my death is waiting there for me. I request everyone to speak in my support and spread rumours about me,” said Seema. Recently, UP Police recovered 2 video cassettes, 4 mobile phones, 5 Pakistani passports, and 1 unused passport from Seema’s possession. Shocking revelations by UP Police raised eyebrows about Seema whether she is a true lover or Pak Spy.
UP Police’s new announcement in the sensational Seema Haider case has surely raised a lot of eyebrows. In a major development, UP Police recovered two video cassettes, four mobile phones, five Pakistan-authorised passports, and one unused passport from Seema Haider. With the recent recovery of UP, speculations are being made that whether Seema is a ‘true lover’ or a Pak spy. Apart from that, ‘Room No 204’ of the Kathmandu hotel is in focus amid the ongoing probe. Seema Haider, who is under the Police’s scanner, had crossed over to India to live with Sachin Meena whom she befriended via an online game. Haider was arrested on July 4 for illegally entering India without a visa, while Meena was put behind bars for sheltering the illegal immigrants. However, they were both granted bail by a local court on July 7 and have been living together with her four children in a house in the Rabupura area.
Central Intelligence Agencies have sought a report from Sashastra Seema Bal and UP Police on Seema Haider. The Pak National travelled through Nepal to reach India as she wished to live with her Indian partner. Seema had crossed illegally to India to live with Sachin Meena whom she befriended via an online game. However, Haider was arrested on July 4 for illegally entering India without a visa. Indian citizen Sachin Meena was put behind bars for sheltering the illegal immigrant. Seema Haider had earlier said, “I want to live here in India with Sachin. I don’t want to go back. I want my husband in Pakistan to stay with his first wife and children. I appeal to the Indian government that I do not want to go back to Pakistan. I want Indian citizenship for myself and my children. I will stay here in any condition, I just want Sachin and my children by my side. I came to India through Nepal, I tried to apply for Indian visa but could not get it.” “Intelligence agencies have asked report from SSB and UP Police to find out how she managed to cross over without being verified by police personnel at the border. We have also demanded a report from UP Police as she entered India via the UP border and stayed with her partner for many days,” senior officials said.
It is said that there is so much power in love that even the bonds of caste, religion and borders become meaningless in front of it. If you search the pages of the past, you will find many such examples, but in the present era, it has been proved right once by Seema Haider of Pakistan, who left her country and came to India for her love. No matter how many times you listen to her, she never gets tired of saying that she loves him a lot and she is not going anywhere. Meanwhille, the couple has become famous on the internet for their love and are being referred to as the real-life Veer Zara.
11 July,2023 05:47 PM IST
This website uses cookie or similar technologies, to enhance your browsing experience
and provide personalised recommendations. By continuing to use our website, you agree