Pakistani woman in her 20s and her four children were discovered living in Greater Noida illegally with the partner she met through the internet game.
The Greater Noida Police reported on July 3rd that they had captured a Pakistani woman and her four children who were staying there illegally. The Pakistani woman and the local male have been apprehended, according to a statement from Deputy Police Commissioner (Greater Noida) Saad Miya Khan. The four children of the woman are also in police custody.
According to reports, the woman met a local man through the online game PUBG. The police have also taken the man into custody; he is a resident of Greater Noida.
The male and the woman are currently being questioned, according to DCP Khan. Once the questioning is finished, further information and facts will be disclosed. The woman, known as Seema, entered India through Nepal around a month ago, according to the police. She got to know Greater Noida resident Sachin, 22, until the evening of June 30. She lacked legal documentation, according to the police, to remain in India. The couple Sachin and Seema were attempting to wed.
Nonetheless, the woman was reported to the police due to suspicions that she was a spy. They all escaped the house when the cops began questioning her. If there was a conspiracy behind it or if it was just a love affair, the police are looking into it.
Seema met Sachin while playing PUBG, according to Amar Ujala's story. Soon after, they exchanged phone numbers and began communicating. After a few days, they started to fall in love. Seema informed Sachin that she was a citizen of Sindh. They later made the decision to live together. Seema entered India unlawfully despite having a visa for Nepal.
When the couple looked into getting married, the police became aware of the mother and her four kids. According to reports, the advocate they approached became suspicious and called the police when she revealed that her brother was a Pakistani Army soldier. Sachin informed the advocate that Seema was pressuring him to finish the process as soon as possible.
When the couple started looking into how they could get married, the police became aware of the woman and her four kids. According to reports, when they told the advocate they approached that her brother was a member of the Pakistani Army, he grew suspicious and called the police. As Seema was pressuring him to accompany her on a tour of Delhi, Sachin explained to the advocate that he needed to finish the procedure as soon as possible. Suspicious, the advocate called the police.