Why Does Pakistan Send Pak Women To Enter India Illegally?
The story of Seema Haider, a Pakistani woman, and Sachin Meena, an Indian man, has gained attention recently.
Seema entered India illegally through Nepal to be with Sachin, whom she met while playing the online game PUBG. However, the case has raised suspicions among Indian investigative agencies.
Seema Haider was arrested on July 4 in Haryana, India, and an FIR was filed against her boyfriend Sachin and his father for conspiracy.
While interrogating Seema, the Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) suspects that she is trying to mislead them. The ATS squad found evidence of her ties to Pakistan or its intelligence agency, the ISI.
During the investigation, it was discovered that Seema had sent friend requests to military officers, and she had a mobile phone purchased in Pakistan.
The ATS questioned her about the use of codewords, which are associated with Pakistani intelligence.
Seema denied any knowledge of these codewords, but her fluency in Hindi and the use of complex Hindi words raised doubts. There are also concerns about the timing of her mobile phone bill and passport issuance.
Pakistan had also sent a Pakistani woman in 2015 named Chanda Khan, similar to Seema Haider. Chanda had also entered India illegally through the Samjhauta Express train.
She managed to travel over 100 kilometers from the Attari border to Jalandhar in Punjab without a ticket or passport.
Chanda claimed she came to India to visit Dargahs and meet actors Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan.
She was arrested in Jalandhar when she couldn’t produce the necessary documents. Chanda Khan was sentenced to two years in prison and was sent back to Pakistan in 2018 after completing her sentence.
However there is no assurance that Pakistan is sending women to India illegally to spy. But it is also true that these incidents are suspicious of the evil intentions of Pakistan. Thus India must be aware of these!