An Indian woman named Anju has made headlines after converting to Islam and marrying her Pakistani Facebook friend, Nasrullah, in Pakistan. The couple’s pre-wedding video became viral, attracting both interest and security concerns.
Viral Pre-Wedding Video Raises Interest and Security Concerns
Anju, previously residing in Rajasthan’s Alwar district, married Nasrullah in the Upper Dir district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. She had legally entered Pakistan through the Wagah-Attari border, and Pakistani authorities granted her a 30-day visa for Upper Dir district.
The viral video showed Anju and Nasrullah strolling together like a couple, attracting significant media attention. Anju assured everyone that she had arrived in Pakistan legally and felt safe there. She requested the media not to disturb her relatives and children back in India.
Anju’s Assurance of Safety in Pakistan Amid Media Attention
However, Anju’s decision to marry and convert to Islam has been met with disapproval from her husband, Arvind, and her father, Gaya Prasad Thomas. Arvind shared that Anju had left home, claiming to go to Jaipur, but later they discovered she was in Pakistan. Her father expressed his disappointment and considered her “dead” to him for abandoning her family.
Similarly, another case of a cross-border relationship has emerged involving a Pakistani woman, Seema Haider, who entered India illegally through Nepal to be with her Indian friend, Sachin Meena. Seema and Sachin’s relationship started through PUBG, and they are now living together in India.