Anti-Terror Squad Interrogates Pakistani Woman & UP Man Linked by PUBG Romance

Lucknow: The Anti-Terror Squad of Uttar Pradesh Police is currently interrogating Seema Ghulam Haider, a Pakistani woman who illegally entered India with her four children to be with Sachin Meena, an Indian man she met through an online gaming platform. Sachin, along with his father, is also being questioned at an undisclosed location in Noida.

Seema, aged 30, and Sachin, aged 22, reside in Greater Noida, near Delhi, where Sachin operates a grocery store. Their initial connection was formed in 2019 while playing the popular online game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG).

Seema was arrested on July 4 for unlawfully entering India without a visa via Nepal, accompanied by her four children, all under the age of seven. Sachin, on the other hand, faced charges for providing shelter to illegal immigrants, leading to his imprisonment.

During a public encounter with the media and police, both Sachin and Seema confessed their love for each other and pleaded with the government to allow them to marry and reside together in India. Seema, who secured bail earlier this month, stated, “My husband is a Hindu, so I am a Hindu. I feel I am an Indian now,” in an interview.

Ghulam Haider, Seema’s husband residing in Saudi Arabia, has made a plea to the Indian government through a video message, requesting assistance in reuniting with his wife. However, Seema expressed her reluctance to return to Pakistan, citing a threat to her life if she were to do so.

In a separate development, the Mumbai Police received an anonymous call warning of a potential terror attack similar to the 2008 Mumbai attacks if Seema Haider is not repatriated to Pakistan.

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