Seema Haider's Pakistan Army, ISI link mystery deepens: Multiple PUBG contacts, fluent English – India Today

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Seema Haider, a Pakistani woman who illegally entered India to be with her lover Sachin Meena, was previously in touch with several other people in India through the online game PUBG, according to Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) sources.
She is on the radar of the ATS and Intelligence Bureau (IB) over her possible connections with the Pakistan Army and the country’s intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
During questioning by the ATS on Monday, it was revealed that Seema Haider had contacted people mostly from Delhi-NCR through PUBG.
ATS sources said that Seema Haider was asked to read a few lines in English. She not only read well, but the manner in which she read them out was impeccable.
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Seema Haider, who illegally entered India via the Nepal border in May, is now living with Sachin Meena in Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh’s Gautam Buddh Nagar district.
Investigations were also underway over her entry into India without a visa.
Meanwhile, questions have also been raised over the authenticity of her Pakistani identity card. The ID card, which is typically obtained at birth, was issued on September 20, 2022. The Uttar Pradesh ATS is investigating the delay in obtaining her Pakistani citizenship ID card.

Her passport, Aadhaar card and other documents related to her children will also be examined.


Seema Haider (30), had entered India along with her four children on a bus from Nepal in May in order to live with her 22-year-old partner Sachin Meena, who lives in the Rabupura area of Greater Noida.
The couple first got in touch in 2019 through PUBG.
On July 4, Seema Haider was arrested by local police for entering India illegally and Sachin Meena was held for sheltering illegal immigrants.
However, they were both granted bail by a local court on July 7 and have been living together with her four children in a house in the Rabupura area.
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