Married Indian woman who went to Pak to marry Facebook friend returns hometext_fields
Anju, the Rajasthani lady who travelled to Pakistan earlier in the year to see her Facebook friend and subsequently marry him, is now back in India. Late last night, she crossed the border into India at the Attari-Wagah.
She hasn't arrived in her Rajasthani hometown yet, though. When asked why she was back home, Anju responded, "I am happy. I have nothing else to say."
She apparently did not tell her family when she departed for Pakistan in June to meet Narullah.
Anju left the house saying she was heading to Jaipur, according to her husband Arvind, who spoke to the media. The family didn't learn she was in Pakistan until much later.
Anju became a Muslim in Pakistan in order to wed Nasrullah, and she took on the name Fatima, NDTV reported.
Reports of her mental health failing soon after the wedding began to circulate. It was said that she was missing her kids and that she wanted to spend some time with them at home. According to reports, Anju and her husband Nasrullah talked about going back to India, but Anju's visa issues prevented her from going. She was supposed to return in October, but she was unable to obtain a visa.
Arvind, in the meantime, filed many complaints against Anju at the Bhiwadi police station on a number of offences, including murder and fraudulent second marriage. Due to the cases brought against her, she will have to appear before the police.
Where Arvind and his two children currently reside is unknown. No one could get in touch with him for comment either.