Anju, now known as Fatima, recently made headlines after her journey to Pakistan to meet a Facebook friend named Nasrullah. After returning to India and facing extensive questioning by Punjab Police and intelligence agencies, she landed in New Delhi on Wednesday.
During her interrogation, sources revealed that Anju discussed her future plans, hinting at a potential return to Pakistan. She expressed the intention to take her children, currently in India, with her after divorcing her husband, Arvind. In response, Arvind, when asked about Anju’s return, stated his lack of awareness and disinterest in discussing matters related to her.
Anju, upon arriving in the national capital, refrained from commenting on her stay in Pakistan or her return, stating, “I don’t want to say anything right now,” to reporters at Delhi airport.
Intelligence agencies questioned Anju (Fatima) about her time in Pakistan, and she disclosed that she traveled there on July 27. She claimed to have converted to Islam and married Nasrullah, providing details about his identity and residence in Pakistan. However, she lacked proof of her marital status and any related documents. Nasrullah, her partner in Pakistan, is involved in the medicine business.
Anju, a married woman from Rajasthan’s Bhiwadi district, attracted attention earlier this year for her journey to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, to meet Nasrullah. She had informed her husband, Arvind, that she was going to Jaipur for a few days. However, he discovered through the media that she had crossed international borders. Anju, with two children, a 15-year-old daughter and a six-year-old son, had been residing in Pakistan since July.
The complexities of her return reveal the intricate dynamics involving divorce, family decisions, and the cross-border relationship that has captured public interest.