Pakistani woman Seema Haider said she was not a spy and requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath not to send her back.
Pakistani woman Seema Haider, who sneaked into India with her four children to be with her lover, has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to not send her back, reiterating that she was not a spy.
Seema crossed over to India from Nepal with her four children in May to be with her Indian lover, who she met while playing the online battlefield game PUBG.
On July 4, she was arrested for illegally entering the country without a visa. Her lover, Sachin Meera, was also put behind bars for sheltering illegal immigrants. They soon received bail and have been living together in Greater Noida.
Seema Haider said she was not a spy and the truth will come out soon. She has been under the radar of intelligence agencies over her possible connections with the Pakistan Army and the country’s intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
“If anyone in Pakistan would have come to know that I was going to India, they would have killed me. I am not a spy, soon the truth will come out,” Seema said, ruling out a return to Pakistan.
Further, Seema, who was questioned by Uttar Pradesh Anti Terrorism Squad for over six hours, said she answered the questions posed by the agency.
“I crossed over illegally as I had no option. I didn’t want to live in Pakistan. I didn’t hide any information from my past,” she said.
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