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A new India-Pakistan Love story - Anju Nasrullah (Reverse one)

  In the last post on Seema Haider and Sachin Meena , I put this question forward that does love is really blond as it is said. The love story of Sachin and Seema became a world sensation when a Pakistani Muslim woman with her four children reached illegally India to meet her Hindu Boyfriend. This story is still in very much news and so far, the Indian government has taken no decision on the fate of Seema. The love story of Seema is taken as a wrong action by many people in Pakistan and they even talked of killing her if she returned to Pakistan. Now, a reverse love story has emerged where an Indian mother of two has reached Pakistan to meet her boyfriend. The name of the woman is Anju and she is from Alwar, Rajasthan.  The name of her boyfriend is Nasrullah from Lahore. She meets Nasrullah on Facebook and falls in love with him. This news is presented in some Pakistani media as revenge for Seema Haider. Anju gave a statement through the Facebook video that she came to Pakistan on a le
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