Seema said she wanted to stay with Sachin after getting out of jail since they had met three years earlier while playing PUBG and had fallen in love.

The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) questioned Sachin Meena, an Indian citizen, and his Pakistani wife Seema Gulam Haider on Monday. The ATS questioned them at an undisclosed location in Noida, according to a senior police officer with the UP Police.

The ATS is probing into the possibility of espionage as well as how the individuals entered India across the Nepali border. In order to discover if the woman is a “spy” or not, they are being questioned. They haven’t been brought into jail, though,” the senior officer declared.

The Intelligence Bureau (IB) and the Uttar Pradesh ATS were requested in a previous letter from the Gautam Buddh Nagar police to look into the information obtained to date

Seema (27) and Sachin Meena (22) were detained on July 4 under Sections 34 (criminal acts by several persons), 120B (criminal conspiracy), and 14 of the Foreigners Act for entering India “illegally” and giving shelter to a woman under Sections 3, 4, and 5 of the Passport Act, 1920. Sachin’s father (59) was also detained.

They spent 14 days in judicial custody. On July 7, they were subsequently given bail.

Officials had previously said that Seema and Sachin had spent seven days together in a hotel in Kathmandu after they had personally met for the first time in March. With her four children, Seema made her second trip to Nepal. She later landed at Rabupura, Greater Noida, in Mohalla Ambedkar Nagar, where she had been residing illegally since May 13.

Seema, who had met Sachin while playing PUBG in 2020, declared her wish to stay with him after being let out of jail. In early 2020, I began playing PUBG… Sachin and I became friends because I struck up a conversation about his gaming style. Our friendship gradually developed into love, and we began talking about meeting. I had a passport, whereas Sachin didn’t. Then we learned that Indian citizens do not require a visa to enter Nepal, so we planned to meet there. After meeting in March, we were wed at the Pashupatinath Temple in Kathmandu before departing for our individual nations. My kids were temporarily residing at my uncle’s place during this time.

In granting them bail, Civil Judge (Junior Division) Nazim Akbar of the Jewar Civil Court had stated that because the Supreme Court’s orders and guidelines stipulate that imprisonment for up to five years may be imposed in such cases, the Allahabad High Court found it appropriate to accept the bail application.


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