A heartwarming gesture from a Pakistani businessman, Mohsin Khan Abbasi, has gained attention as he gifts a plot of land and Rs 50,000 to Anju and her partner Nasrullah, who recently left India and converted to Islam in Pakistan. As the CEO of Pak Star Group of Companies, Abbasi’s intention is to ensure that Anju feels welcome and supported in her new home. The media report highlights that the company has also offered her a plot of 272 square feet to construct a house.
Pakistani Businessman’s Heartwarming Gesture: A Gift for Newlywed Anju
Expressing his heartfelt concern for the newlywed couple, Abbasi appeals to other businessmen, the Pakistani government, and the people of the country to extend their support and assistance to Anju and Nasrullah. Their journey from India to Pakistan signifies significant life changes, and Abbasi believes it is crucial to make Pakistan feel like a welcoming home for them.
Anju’s Journey: From India to Pakistan for Love and Conversion to Islam
However, amidst the celebrations of their new life, Anju’s husband, Arvind Kumar, claims that they had submitted divorce papers in Delhi three years ago, but they have not received any official notice of divorce to date. He insists that on paper, Anju is still his wife, making her remarriage problematic.
Anju’s father, Gaya Prasad Thomas, describes her as mentally deranged and eccentric. Born in Kailor village in Uttar Pradesh, 34-year-old Anju was a resident of Alwar district before she met Nasrullah, a 29-year-old Pakistani national, on Facebook in 2019. After traveling to Pakistan on a valid visa, she married Nasrullah on July 25, 2023, following her conversion to Islam in a proper nikah ceremony.