Anju Who Went To Pakistan May Return To India Next Month Missing Her Children In Rajasthan
Pakistan Anju May Return to India: A woman named Anju, who came from India to marry a Pakistani citizen in a remote village of Pakistan, can return home next month. Her Pakistani husband said this. He said that Anju is “mentally disturbed and is missing her two children dearly.” Anju had accepted Islam on July 25 and changed her name to Fatima. After conversion, she married 29-year-old Nasrullah, a resident of Upper Dir district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Both of them became friends through Facebook in 2019. Nasrullah said, “Fatima (Anju) will return to India next month.” He said, “She is mentally disturbed and is missing her children very deeply.” She has no option but to return.” Before Nasrullah, Anju was married to Arvind, who lives in Rajasthan, and they both have a 15-year-old daughter and a six-year-old son.
What did Anju’s Pakistani husband say?
Nasrullah said that he does not want Anju’s mental health to deteriorate further. He said, “It is better that he goes to his country and meets the children. She will return after the documentary process is completed.” Nasrullah said, “It will take some time and it is possible that she will return to India next month. If I get a visa, I will also go to India.
Anju and her husband Nasrullah had come to Peshawar for the first time on a day-long visit after getting married in August this year. According to the information, Anju had expressed her desire to see the ancestral house of late Bollywood actors Dilip Kumar and Shahrukh Khan in Peshawar. Anju said, “I have learned some words of Pashto language. Before coming to Pakistan, I had no idea that I would become famous here.
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