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Extra marital affairs with enemy country men are a new trend?

There are so many such couples who went across the border to marry their love. But those cases remained as one day news and people did not mind much because all such people have some social and national stand.

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We have seen many celebrity women marrying Pakistani men, like tennis star Sania Mirza and Pakistan cricketer husband Shoaib Malik. Reena Roy with her husband Pakistani cricketer Mohsin Khan, none of these marriages last long, though. Rayaan, a Gujarati from Mumbai and Habiba, from Karachi, married in Dubai. Sonya Jehan (grand-daughter of famous Pakistani singer, Noor Jehan who was also known as Malkai Taranum). Sonya did creative roles in Bollywood and Lollywood as well. She is currently living in Mumbai, India and got married to an Indian banker Vivek Narain. There are so many such couples who went across the border to marry their love. But those cases remained as one day news and people did not mind much because all such people have some social and national stand. But in the recent past, Pakistan men are luring Indian women and Indian men are getting in relation with Pakistani women. Social media makes it easy for these people. Such relationships really have no life but still some of them made headlines for months.

Seema Haider, a 27-year-old married mother of four from Sindh, Pakistan, connected with Indian man Sachin Meena, a 22-year-old unmarried shopkeeping assistant from India while playing the online shooting game PUBG during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. Seema Haider’s unnoticed entry into India and her unconventional love affair have sparked fascination among many. Here, we bring you all the details about the ‘love story’ of the couple from arch-rival countries. The news is yet to settle and there is another story, that a 34-year-old married Indian woman named Anju from Bhiwadi in the Alwar district of Rajasthan had gone to Pakistan to meet her lover.

Social media and game apps have a common platform for these lovers to get connected. Indian men fall for Pakistani women especially girls from Punjab and Peshawar. They are very sweet, beautiful, delicate looking, kind, gentle and with beautiful eyes. They like their style of speaking in refined Urdu and how they are talented in speaking multiple languages with different writing styles. Pakistani Men like Indian women because they find them more bold, extravagant and outgoing. Much more frank than Pakistan’s conservative females. There are many such reasons but love knows nothing, it knows the way to the heart and it finds the way to reach each other.

Anju, who was born in UP’s small town kailor was a resident of Rajisthan’s Bhiwadi where she used to work as a data entry operator in a private company. Her family consisted of her husband Arvind and two children with whom she used to live in a rented home. Anju’s first marriage was not very exciting and she was married at a very young age and her husband was also not so well to do. Anju was finally independent and because of that little dominance too. On social media she was approached by a medical professional man called Nasrullah. They both had common interest and profession, initially they were not so much into each other but during COVID both were out of work and had sufficient time, their love story began in lockdown period.

They used to talk to each other for hours, Anju and her lover met several times by some or other means.  This time Anju has entered Pakistan on a month-long medium-term visa by carrying all required legal documents with her. She reached Pakistan and informed her husband that she is in Lahore. Looking at husband’s interviews we can guess that this is some plot or mutual story to counter Seema Haider’s story. Her Pakistani lover with the help of Pakistani agencies might have given the family some huge perks to do all this drama. She might be in love with her Pakistani man but her going to Pakistan cannot be just coincidence to match with Seema Haider. Anju’s husband Arvind revealed that, unlike Seema Haider, Anju had all the necessary documents with her and had legally entered Pakistan.

Anju was in touch with this Pakistani guy Nasrullah with whom she used to chat on a daily basis over social media apps. Anju entered Pakistan through Atari border on or around 21 July. Anju married to her 29-year-old lover Nasrullah and informed that the marriage was solemnised after Anju accepted Islam and willingly signed the Nikahnama at a district court. Interestingly, Anju previously dropped a video soon after reaching Pakistan in which she said that she is just there for explorations purpose and will return soon. In the two-minute-long video, the data entry operator said that she has legally visited Pakistan and will be coming back to India in 2 to 3 days. By the end of her video, she also requests the media and authorities not to cause any inconvenience to her children and relatives. However, after her recent marriage with her Pakistani lover, the chances of Anju coming back to her husband appear extremely slim.

Whereas Seema Haider is trying her level best to seek refuge in India with her children, she is requesting the government not to send her back, her shop assistant lover is pleading through media to let her love blossom in India and he is willing to take care of children and his newly found wife. Both the stories look funny and hard to believe but the over hype by media has made these issues larger than what it seems to be. Respective Medias might be running hundreds of hate mongering shows against India and Pakistan, but the lovers find only love.

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Vaidehi Taman
Vaidehi Taman
Vaidehi Taman an Accredited Journalist from Maharashtra is bestowed with three Honourary Doctorate in Journalism. Vaidehi has been an active journalist for the past 21 years, and is also the founding editor of an English daily tabloid – Afternoon Voice, a Marathi web portal – Mumbai Manoos, and The Democracy digital video news portal is her brain child. Vaidehi has three books in her name, "Sikhism vs Sickism", "Life Beyond Complications" and "Vedanti". She is an EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker, OSCP offensive securities, Certified Security Analyst and Licensed Penetration Tester that caters to her freelance jobs.
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