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From Ludo to jail: A tragic love story ended between Pakistan-India

An Indian man was arrested last month for assisting his Pakistani wife in entering the country without legal documents and creating a fake ID card for her according to the BBC.

Mulayam Singh Yadav, now 21, of India, and Iqra Jeewani, 19, of Pakistan have an interesting but tragic story of forbidden love despite the two countries’ bitter relationship.

When they were both teenagers, the young couple met online three years ago. Surprisingly, they met through an online board game called Ludo rather than through social media.

They fell in love despite the fact that it would be nearly impossible for them to be together because obtaining visas to travel can be difficult.

However, because Jeewani’s family was pressuring her to marry, the two decided to marry. Following Yadav’s advice, the young woman travelled to Nepal in traveled of last year, where her partner was already waiting.

They married and moved to Bangalore, India, where they began to live together.

Their joy, however, was fleeting. Jeewani was arrested in January for illegally entering the country, and Yadav was imprisoned for fraud and forgery.

The 19-year-old was returned to Pakistan last week, while Yadav remains in a Bangalore prison.

“We want them back,” Yadav’s brother Jeetlal said. The man’s family is supportive of the couple and believes that they should not be punished for falling in love.

“We are aware of the situation in India and Pakistan. However, all they did was fall in love “According to the BBC, Jeetlal said.

On the condition of anonymity, a police official told the outlet that he, too, thought the story appeared to be about love.

During the COVID-19 lockdown, a tragic love story began. Yadav was a security guard at the time, and Jeewani was a student in Hyderabad, Pakistan.

Though they remained in a long-distance relationship for a couple of years, after Jeewani’s family pressured her to marry, she had to leave the country for Nepal. The couple married in a Hindu ceremony, according to the police.

Yadav arranged for a fake identity card for his wife and brought her to India to stay with him. The man would go to work while the wife stayed at home. However, she frequently called home via WhatsApp, bringing her love story to an end.

According to reports, the police were already on high alert due to major international events taking place in the city last month.

“As of now, no offense has been made out against her other than illegally entering the country,” S Girish, deputy police commissioner in Bangalore’s Whitefield district, told the BBC.

While the girl is now in Pakistan and reportedly at home, Yadav’s mother is hoping that the government can assist in reuniting the two.

“We don’t mind whether she is Muslim or Pakistani; she is our daughter-in-law. We’ll look after her well “She was reported to have said.

This is not the first love story involving Pakistan and India. Last June, an infatuated woman was apprehended by Indian police at the Attari Border in Amritsar while attempting to cross into Pakistan.

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