When Pakistan’s noor of love crossed the border, SSB arrested

Hyderabad: Sashastra Seema Bal has arrested three people including a Pakistani woman. According to the information received, Noor, a resident of Pakistani, was trying to enter India illegally. Apart from the woman, two people arrested were helping her. The clue to this fact was traced to the SSB with the help of a man from Hyderabad. All three have been caught on the Indo-Nepal border near Sursand in Bihar. Later, all three were handed over to the local police on Tuesday. The trio have been identified as Kalija Noor from Faisalabad in Pakistan, Mahmood from Hyderabad and Jeevan from Nepal. Talking to our colleague TOI, Sitamarhi District Superintendent of Police Harkishore Rai said that Noor was trying to enter India as she was in love with Ahmed, a man from Hyderabad.

Noor and Ahmed met online, love blossomed
Pakistani woman Kalija Noor and Hyderabad resident Ahmed met through a social site. Ahmed currently works in a hotel in Saudi Arabia. With the help of his brother, he arranged for Noor to enter India via Nepal. It has come to the fore in interrogation that he was to return to Hyderabad from Nepal. Sitamarhi District Superintendent of Police Harkishore Rai said that when the police interrogated him at the border, forged documents including Aadhaar card were found with Noor. After this, the Border Security Agency handed them over to us after taking the three into custody. All three were produced before the local magistrate in the case.

If the family did not agree, then decided to run away
The loving couple also decided to get married, but her parents were against it. So, when Noor decides to flee to Pakistan, her boyfriend hatches a plan with his friends from Nepal, who live with her in Saudi Arabia. During interrogation, it was also learned that Ahmed took his brother Mahmood along to help Noor. Giving information, the police officer said that on reaching Nepal, Mahmud met Jeevan, who helped him cross the border. Noor had earlier reached there via Dubai. The police officer said that while the border police initially suspected that it was a case of espionage, they later realized that the two were trying to enter India illegally.

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