Meta Description: A 34-year-old Indian woman, who went to Pakistan to marry her Facebook friend and converted to Islam, is set to return home upon clearance from the Pakistani government, her husband confirms.
In a heartwarming development, a 34-year-old Indian woman, Anju, who embarked on a journey to a remote village in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to marry her Facebook friend and converted to Islam, will soon reunite with her family in India. Her Pakistani husband, Nasrullah, disclosed that they are awaiting the No-Objection Certificate (NOC) from Pakistan’s interior ministry, and the process is currently in progress.
In August, Pakistan granted Anju a one-year visa extension, allowing her to remain in the country. Her conversion to Islam and marriage to Nasrullah took place earlier, with Anju taking on the name Fatima. Nasrullah shared that as soon as all the necessary documents are ready for her travel across the Wagah Border, Anju will return to India. After reuniting with her children, she intends to come back to Pakistan.
Nasrullah expressed concern about Anju’s emotional state, revealing that she has been “mentally disturbed and badly missing” her two children. The couple tied the knot on July 25, marking the culmination of their online friendship that began on Facebook in 2019. Prior to her marriage to Nasrullah, Anju was wedded to Arvind, residing in Rajasthan, and the couple has a 15-year-old daughter and a six-year-old son.
The pending NOC from the interior ministry in Islamabad is the only remaining hurdle before Anju can embark on her journey back to India, reuniting with her loved ones.
Sources By Agencies