Married Pakistani woman flies to India to meet PUBG partner

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According to a report by India Today, Seema Ghulam Haider, a Pakistani woman, and Sachin, a man from Greater Noida near Delhi, met and formed a close bond through the popular gaming app PUBG Mobile. After connecting online, their relationship grew stronger, leading to an emotional connection.

Seema made the decision to illegally enter India through Nepal with her four children and eventually arrived in Greater Noida, where Sachin resided. They decided to live together in a rented apartment in Rabupura, Greater Noida.

However, the local police were alerted about the presence of an undocumented Pakistani woman in Greater Noida. Fearing potential consequences, Sachin and Seema decided to flee with her four children.

The owner of the rented flat, Brijesh, informed the police about the couple and their rental agreement. He stated that they claimed to be married through a court marriage and had four children. Brijesh also mentioned that Seema’s clothing, which consisted mainly of salwar suits and sarees, did not give any indication of her Pakistani origins.

As a result, both Sachin and Seema were arrested by the police, and an investigation into the matter is currently ongoing.

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