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Woman, 83, from Poland marries Pakistani boy

Interestingly, the couple did not meet over the years and bride Broma also embraced Islam to marry Nadeem. As per the details, the bride is also paid Haq Meher- a mandatory payment made to the bride by the groom.

An 83-year-old woman from Poland has tied the knot with a young Pakistani man, 28, after meeting on the internet. A woman named, Broma traveled from Poland to Hafizabad in Punjab to marry the Pakistani man.

She met a Pakistani man named, Hafiz Muhammad Nadeem, on the internet several years ago. According to the couple, friendship turned into love. The couple arranged a traditional wedding for themselves. The bride, Broma, wore a traditional red dress and put henna on her hands. She also wore makeup for the event.

Read more: Indian woman marries Pakistani man after embracing Islam

Interestingly, the couple did not meet over the years and bride Broma also embraced Islam to marry Nadeem. As per the details, the bride is also paid Haq Meher- a mandatory payment made to the bride by the groom.

 

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Hafiz Muhammad Nadeem is an auto mechanic by profession. The siblings of Nadeem have expressed happiness in their marriage.

Not the first time

Back in 2019, an Indian woman had married a Pakistani man in Gujranwala after embracing Islam. Formerly known as Tina, the woman changed her name to Ayesha.

The woman traveled to Pakistan to marry Suleman hailing from Gujranwala. She left her first husband in India who used to physically abuse and torture her. The woman says, she met Suleman on social media in 2015. They first became friends in 2015 and from there onwards, their relationship began.

“My friendship with Suleman on social media grew into us falling in love with each other,” she said. Suleman said that he has videos in which Tina’s first husband can be seen thrashing the woman. Tina said that she has embraced Islam and has married Suleman out of her free will.

The woman had requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to provide her the safety and security while Suleman had pleaded with Pakistan’s government to provide his wife nationality of Pakistan.

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On the other hand, the Indian government had claimed that Suleman had forced the Indian woman to accept the religion of Islam and held her hostage hence Pakistani authorities should take measures of her return to India.