Further Interrogation for Seema Haider of Pakistan and Her Partner’s Father Regarding Suspected Connections to ISI

Uttar Pradesh’s Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) Re-Questions Pakistani National Seema Haider and Partner’s Father Over Alleged ISI Ties

The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh Police took Pakistani citizen Seema Haider and her Indian partner Sachin Meena’s father, Netrapal Singh, in for another round of questioning on Tuesday in Greater Noida. The focus of the investigation is on possible ties between Haider and Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), as well as the Pakistani Army.

Haider, who illegally entered India in May, is currently residing with Sachin Meena in Greater Noida. Her activities are being monitored by the ATS and the Intelligence Bureau (IB), given her potential connections to Pakistan’s military and intelligence agency.

Haider’s mobile data, previously erased, will undergo forensic analysis. The data may reveal essential insights, given her familial ties to the Pakistan Army through her uncle and brother. Investigators are also probing her illegal entry into India.

All her documents, including her passport, Aadhar card, and children-related paperwork, will be reviewed. Additionally, Meena could face questioning soon.

The recent questioning followed the arrest of a suspected ISI agent in Lucknow by UP ATS, who was accused of providing critical defense information to Pakistani contacts.

This investigation coincides with demands from a small right-wing group in Greater Noida, insisting on Haider’s expulsion from the country within a set 72-hour deadline.

According to a senior police officer, only the ATS is involved in the questioning of Haider, Meena, and Singh, not the local police.

Haider, a 30-year-old mother of four, came to India from Nepal by bus in May to live with Meena, 22, a resident of Rabupura in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh. They first connected in 2019 via the online game PUBG.

On July 4, the local police arrested Haider for illegal entry and Meena for harboring illegal immigrants. They were granted bail by a local court on July 7 and now live together with Haider’s children.

Haider expressed her desire to remain in India with Meena and claimed to have converted to Hinduism. Meanwhile, Haider’s family and neighbors in Pakistan have voiced that they do not wish for her to return.

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