Madhya Pradesh teacher falls in love with Pakistan man; held at Attari while trying to cross border

The 24-year-old had got in touch with Dilshad from Pakistan through social media

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, June 25

A love-struck woman from Madhya Pradesh was caught at the Attari border in Amritsar a couple of days ago while she was trying to cross over to Pakistan to meet her lover.

24-year-old women Fiza Khan, working as a private school teacher, had gone missing from Rewa district in Madhya Pradesh.

According to reports, she got in touch with a Pakistan man Dilshad through social media and later they fell in love.

On Thursday, she reached the Attari border, near Amritsar, and was caught by the Punjab Police when she was allegedly trying to cross over to Pakistan to meet the man. She was kept at the Nari Niketan here and produced in the court on Saturday and later handed over to the Rewa police.

 

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