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Indian girl caught crossing India-Pakistan border to meet lover

She was caught by India’s Punjab Police and kept at the Nari Niketan orphanage there. Later she was presented in court.

An Indian girl who wanted her beau in Pakistan was caught by Indian Police at Attari Border in Amritsar in an attempt to cross over to Pakistan.

Faiza Khan, 24, is a private school teacher who took the risk to meet her lover in Pakistan. She had gone missing from Rewa district, Madhya Pradesh. She reportedly met her love interest in Pakistan online. The couple soon fell in love.

She was caught by India’s Punjab Police and kept at the Nari Niketan orphanage there. Later she was presented in court.

The girl said she was in love with the Pakistani boy and wanted to marry him. The Pakistani boy is named Dilshad. This is not the first time people have been caught crossing the border to meet love interests.


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Back in December, a 21-year-old Pakistani youth was taken into custody by Indian Border Security Force after he allegedly crossed the India-Pakistan International Border near Rajasthan’s Sriganganagar district.

Earlier reportedly another 15-year-old Pakistani boy was caught by Indian Border Security Force personnel near the international border at Khavda in Gujrat’s Kutch district. The boy had crossed the border fencing. Boy hailed from Sindh Sahichok in the Tharparkar District of Pakistan. “As per a preliminary inquiry by the BSF, the boy mentioned that he had quarreled with his family members and ran away from his home,” the officials said. The boy was later handed over to the local police.

Read more: Indian defence engineer leaks nuclear missile data to female Pakistani spy

In another incident, an Indian engineer allegedly leaked classified information on India’s missile program after he was lured into marriage by an alleged ‘Pakistani spy’, Indian media reported.

Indian authorities arrested 29-year-old Dukka Mallikarjuna Reddy on charges of leaking sensitive information on India’s missile development programs to a suspected Pakistani spy, who posed as a woman working with a UK-based defense journal.

According to the details, Reddy, an employee of the Defence Research and Development Laboratory (DRDL), was at the time working on an advanced naval system program. Due to his job nature, the Indian engineer had access to defense manufacturing units – to inspect work progress – as well as the specialized components used in the missile development.

He met a woman on Facebook named “Natasha Rao” who told him that her father served in the Indian Air Force (IAF).