India: Seema Haider, the Pakistani women who came to India with her four children has written to President Draupadi Murmu. She has expressed her interest in obtaining Indian citizenship after backlash from the citizens. The 30-year-old woman who lived in the Sindh came to India illegally in May after being in love with a man named Sachin Meena who lives in Greater Noida. The Pakistani women has asked the President for permission to live in India.
Furthermore, she mentioned that she has been deeply influenced by Indian culture and traditions as per a report. She has also asked for mercy as there are hectic efforts to deport her to Pakistan. Haider and Sachin Meena had met in the private chatroom of online game PUBG in 2020. Later after they exchanged their numbers their friendship turned to love. She first travelled to Nepal in March 2023 and spent a week with Sachin at a hotel room in Kathmandu. After that, two months later, she travelled from Karachi to Dubai and then to Nepal from where she illegally entered India.
The couple granted bail
After the news of her arrival reached police, both the man and the women along with the man’s father were arrested by Gautambuddha Nagar Police police. However, three days later, they were granted bail under the direction of the local court. The Uttar Pradesh Police’s Anti-Terrorist Squad had taken time of two days to collect information about her previous husband. They also enquired about the claim of her brother and uncle serving in the Pakistan Army. Meanwhile, the Pakistani woman has claimed she would be murdered if she returned to her country.
The Uttar Pradesh police had recovered five Pakistan-authorised passports, an unused passport, and an identity card among other things from her during the investigation. Many neighbors who live near the couple’s house have raised concern over Seema’s illegal entry to India and her staying here illegally. This made Seema Haider to ask Draupadi Murmu to get her the Indian citizenship. As per some reports, the Pakistani women had left Pakistan for the second time on May 10 on a 15-day tourist visa and did not return to her country.