Pakistan’s intelligence companies have knowledgeable the federal government that love is the “solely” issue that led a mom of 4 to sneak into India to stay with a Hindu man whom she befriended by means of a web-based sport platform, a media report stated on Monday.
Seema Ghulam Haider from Karachi in Sindh province and Sachin Meena in India received in contact whereas enjoying PUBG in 2019 and a dramatic love story unfolded between the 2 residing greater than 1,300km aside, in nations not too pleasant to one another.
Seema, 30, and Sachin, 22, stay within the Rabupura space of Higher Noida, close to Delhi, the place he runs a provision retailer, in line with Uttar Pradesh Police.
“Pakistani girl Seema Haider left the nation solely to marry an Indian man (Sachin Meena) out of affection as no different issue/motive has come to forth to date,” native Urdu each day, Jang, reported, quoting a report of the Pakistani intelligence companies.
“In keeping with the Pakistani intelligence companies report, no different elements/motives besides love’ with Hindu Indian man seems to be the explanation for leaving the nation. The report has been submitted to the federal government,” it stated.
Whereas Seema was arrested on July 4 for illegally getting into India and not using a visa through Nepal together with her 4 youngsters, all aged under seven years, Sachin was put behind bars for sheltering the unlawful immigrants. Each of them had been later launched from jail.
Mian Mithoo, a high-profile spiritual chief in rural Sindh, recognized for utilizing his seminary to transform Hindu women to Islam and even bandits, has brazenly threatened to punish Seema if she returns. His supporters have additionally threatened to assault Hindu worship locations in Seema’s village.
On Sunday there have been studies of an assault on Radha Swami Darbar Temple in Sindh. Jacobabad Common Hindu Panchayat president Lalchand Seetlani and different office-bearers have condemned the assault.
In the meantime, the Human Rights Fee of Pakistan has expressed concern over studies that 30 Hindus have been kidnapped in Kashmore and Ghotki.
“The HRCP is alarmed by studies of deteriorating regulation and order in Kashmore and Ghotki, the place some 30 members of the Hindu group, together with girls and youngsters, have been held hostage by organised felony gangs,” the fee stated in a tweet on Sunday.
“Furthermore, we have now acquired disturbing studies that these gangs have threatened to assault the group’s websites of worship, utilizing high-grade weapons. The Sindh Dwelling Division should examine this matter instantly and take steps to guard all weak residents in these areas,” the HRCP stated.