Pakistani girl illegally staying in Bengaluru arrested


Bengaluru, Jan 22 (IANS): A 19-year-old Pakistani girl, who allegedly forged her identity to stay illegally in India, has been arrested in Bengaluru, police said on Sunday.

The police arrested Iqra Jeevani and handed over to the FRRO officials. She was later sent to a state home for women.

Bellandur police also arrested Mulayam Singh Yadav, a 25-year-old security guard from Uttar Pradesh, whom the Pakistani girl married after meeting him through a dating app a few months ago.

According to police, she had entered India through the porous India-Nepal border.

The investigations revealed that Yadav befriended Iqra on a dating app and they decided to get married.

The security guard had called her to Nepal a few months ago where they got married. The couple crossed into India to reach Birgunj in Bihar and from there, reached Patna.

Yadav and Iqra later came to Bengaluru and stayed in a rented house in Junnasandra where Yadav started working as security guard since September 2022.

He even secured an Aadhaar card for Iqra after changing her name to Rava Yadav and applied for an Indian passport.

Iqra came under the scanner of central intelligence agencies when she was trying to contact her family in Pakistan. The central agencies alerted the Karnataka intelligence. Acting on the information, police raided the house and arrested the couple.

Sources said further investigations were on to check whether the Pakistani was part of any espionage ring.

 

  

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  • Adarsh, mangaluru

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    I think its okay to marry a Pakistani, there is nothing wrong. There has to be a easy legal way to enter India if its a genuine relationship then these illegal ways of entering the country will not be used.

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  • SRM, Shirva/Mumbai

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    STRENGTHEN INDIA, VOTE FOR BJP AND MODIJI FOREVER

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  • Johna, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    She married no?then what's the issue? Leave them alone if they are not trouble makers

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  • Pankaj, Udupi

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    I still puzzled why they give more importance to Burqa when easily access to anybody thru internet. Even Ishraat Jahan had link-up with pak based members of Lashkar-e-toiba alongwith kerala based Pillai was seen together in Nasik. Is it girl's family members are not aware of it..what there daughter is doing..a big question.

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  • Dylan, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    There might be thousands of Bangladeshi's in India like this.

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  • Sadanand, Kodiabail-Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Wants to know her intention to enter India are involved with ISI to do espionage. Did her family members never ever trace her when girl member left home from long. Who is the third most person involved who made easy access for her to enter Nepal and latter India. Is it her true love fallen on person who adore and worship idols much. Nannage Ondoo Sa Arth Aghù Deela. Also keep track on Mulyam Singh Yadav and his family is belonged to hindu family only. Gol Maal Hai...cannot trust them blindly.

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    luckily no minority boy involved here...so no chance for bd and vhp to make any noise..

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  • Nithin, Bangalore/SA

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    No matter what people from your community do , you people come running to defend them, be it cooker blast, calf rape, cheating lakhs, pookistan people desperate for wheat, tea , gas please urgently assist them , you people celebrate when pookistan wins a cricket match against India, now time to help them , hurry

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  • Observer, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Tell who is Tadipar and why India Blocks 'Hostile' BBC documentary on mastermind 2002..

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  • True politician, Kudla

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Because the 2 feku’s cannot face the facts....facts remains facts whatever they try to do... these Bhakt shows the character of jaisa guru Waisa chela...

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  • Nithin, Bangalore/SA

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    @ Observer, if you dont read news often people end up like you, isnt BBCthe news channel which recently played a porn audio and then apologised, let me tell few fake news of BBC and later they apologised, Syria bombing, Aid money given to Ethiopia was used to fund arms, Nigerian hotel serving human meat child labour, sikh policeman death threats, list goes on , By the way Supreme Court has acquitted Modi of all charges, can BBCmake a documentary on bengal famine killing millions by British, or Jallianwalabagh, how how british billions from India, can they ?

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  • Dr KUSUMA KUMARI GUNJI MBBS DGO, Nellore/Kodyadka

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Though she may be overstaying because she was in love ewe cannot ignore the fact that she can be a terrorist also. In this era when terrorists cause so much damage to the integrity of nation we can not forget the fact she may be a terrorist Hence good action by police to arrest this person. Just shows how vigilant our police is about people overstaying Good work by police.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Where is our Intelligence ...

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    ✋🙋‍♀️

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  • Rohan R Karkera, Mangalore

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    People leave their parents and family back and do all crazy things for love.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Love is eternal not crazy or blind. Because of love all blockages open and retain peace ✌

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  • True politician, Kudla

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Cynthiaji, you are hijacking my dialogue on love😀

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  • Michael, Brahmavar

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Love is blind from Yadav's side. From her side it could be honey trap, deception and anti national activity.

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  • Arjun, India

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Pakis still finding ways to enter our country illegally....

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  • Sheikh M, Mangalore

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    What about Indians from the majority community shamelessly begging visa and illegally entering Gulf, Canada and European countries

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  • T Dsouza, Udupi/Mumbai

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    So two wrongs make one right? The question isn't about marriage or love etc,it's about illegal migration and fraudulent documents.The safety of the nation is of paramount importance.She could have gone through the legal way,apply for asylum but she choose fraudulent methods,so it's an criminal act calling for through investigation.

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  • Arjun, India

    Mon, Jan 23 2023

    Shiekh, India is feeding about 15 cr peacefuls...so keep your begging out of here

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  • KS Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Sun, Jan 22 2023

    Please investigate and let them live their life if found that she is innocent. Do not bother to send her back to Pakistan. She will be happy here and live her life in freedom. But yes, investigate the intent.

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