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Pakistan’s Seema Haider Sends Petition to President of India

In her plea, Haider expresses her desire to remain in India, citing her deep appreciation for Indian culture and traditions, according to reports. She implores for compassion, especially since there are ongoing efforts to deport her back to Pakistan.

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Seema Haider, a Pakistani national, has recently submitted a petition to President Draupadi Murmu, seeking Indian citizenship. Her situation has become more enigmatic after she illegally crossed over to India in May to be with her partner, Sachin Meena, in Greater Noida.

In her plea, Haider expresses her desire to remain in India, citing her deep appreciation for Indian culture and traditions, according to reports. She implores for compassion, especially since there are ongoing efforts to deport her back to Pakistan.

Haider and Meena’s love story began when they met in a private chatroom of the online game PubG in 2020. Their friendship grew over WhatsApp conversations, eventually leading to a romantic relationship. In March of the current year, Haider traveled to Nepal to spend a week with Meena in a hotel room in Kathmandu.

The two made headlines after Seema entered India illegally with her four children to be with her partner. The UP Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) continued to interrogate them on the second consecutive day on Tuesday, but apparently failed to get answers to all questions over her intention behind sneaking into India illegally. Intelligence Bureau (IB) sleuths were also present during the interrogation.

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