Seema Haider News: Seema Haider’s tale of cross-border love and the subsequent legal complexities has captivated national attention.
A 30-year-old Pakistani citizen from Sindh province, Seema, made headlines by illegally crossing into India in May to be with her Indian partner, Sachin Meena, in Greater Noida.
This audacious move, driven by love, has since sparked investigations by security agencies amid allegations of espionage.
A mother of four children, Seema had been married to Ghulam Haider, currently residing in Saudi Arabia.
Departing from her homeland, Seema clandestinely crossed the border into India with her four children, all below the age of seven, on May 13, using a bus via Nepal.
The focus of her journey was to unite with Sachin Meena, residing in the Rabupura area of Greater Noida.
Seema, in her pursuit of love, made the difficult decision to leave her home and husband, expressing her desire to spend her entire life with Sachin.
However, their story took a legal turn when Seema was arrested on July 4 for illegal entry into India, while Sachin faced imprisonment for allegedly sheltering the undocumented immigrants.