Who is Seema Haider: Cross-border lover or Pakistani spy? | Latest News India – Hindustan Times
The story of Seema Haider, a Pakistani national, and Sachin Meena, an Indian, whose unconventional love affair has garnered attention. Seema Haider, a married mother of four from Pakistan, connected with Sachin Meena while playing the online game PUBG during the COVID-19 pandemic. Seema allegedly smuggled herself and her children into India, meeting Sachin in Nepal before arriving in Noida via Dubai. The couple claims to be married and wishes to remain together in India.
The entry of Seema Haider into India without detection has raised concerns about national security, leading to the filing of an information report at the Rabupura police station. The report invokes provisions of the Foreigners Act, the Passport (Entry into India) Act, and relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code, sparking a debate on how she managed to enter undetected.
Seema’s estranged husband, Ghulam Haider, who works in Saudi Arabia, desires the return of his wife and children. He has appealed to both Indian and Pakistani authorities for their reunion. Seema’s decision to stay with Sachin, a Hindu, has angered her tribe in Pakistan, and her family in Pakistan’s Bhittaiabad disapproves of her relationship.
The story highlights the cross-border dynamics of their relationship and raises questions about the challenges faced by individuals in such situations. It also sheds light on the complexities surrounding immigration, national security, and personal choices in the context of India and Pakistan.
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