Anju Nasrullah love story: MP police initiate inquiry against Gwalior woman’s family after her travel to Pakistan | Bhopal News

BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh police have launched an investigation into the family of Anju Thomas, a woman from Gwalior, who travelled to Pakistan to meet and marry a “Facebook friend“, leaving behind her husband and two children in Rajasthan, informing them that she was “going to Jaipur”.

Anju released a video on social media, requesting journalists not to disturb her relatives or children in India.

The Hindu Mahasabha on Thursday submitted a memorandum to the Gwalior Police, requesting a probe into the circumstances leading to the religious conversion of Anju’s family, who had migrated from Bhind a few years ago.

Anju-Nasrullah: All the twists in the story of this new India-Pakistan duo


Anju-Nasrullah: All the twists in the story of this new India-Pakistan duo

Gwalior SP Rajesh Chandel confirmed that the police have received a complaint from the organisation and are actively looking into the matter.
Hindu Mahasabha’s national vice president Jaiveer Bhardwaj said that the family originally resided in Bhind and had previously converted to Christianity.
Now, they are reportedly involved in activities with missionaries.
Anju left her home on July 20, according to the police.
Her husband Arvind discovered her visit to Pakistan and contacted her through WhatsApp.
She confirmed that she was in Dir town, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, with her 29-year-old Pakistani friend Nasrullah.
Anju and Arvind got married in 2007 in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan.
Having obtained a valid Pakistan visa for 30 days, Anju traveled to Pakistan to meet Nasrullah, whom she had befriended four years ago on Facebook.
She deceived her husband by falsely claiming to be going to Jaipur for tourism and assured him of a quick return.
The couple had been residing in a rented flat in Bhiwadi, Alwar.
Arvind urged the media not to sensationalize the situation as a “Hindu-Muslim love story.”
Reportedly, Anju, now known as Fatima, has embraced Islam and tied the knot with Nasrullah in a local court.
She released a video on social media, requesting journalists not to disturb her relatives or children in India, assuring them that she will respond to any inquiries on her own.
Nasrullah, believed to be a science graduate from a university in Sheringal, is the youngest among five brothers.
The two had established their friendship on Facebook in 2019.
As per Pakistan media reports, their marriage was solemnized, and a proper nikkah was performed after Anju’s conversion to Islam.
Anju is currently touring various places in Dirbala with Nasrullah, and she has been sharing videos of their trip on social media.
Back in Gwalior, Anju’s father, Gaya Prasad, attempted to contact her through a voice message but received no response.
News of Anju’s marriage in Pakistan has caused resentment among some residents, who believe her actions have brought shame to the entire country.
Consequently, some villagers have decided to prevent her from returning to the village.
Speculations are arising about the possibility of Anju’s conversion and marriage being part of a larger conspiracy, potentially involving intelligence agencies from Pakistan.
Some suggest that Anju might not be a victim of love but rather a pawn in a calculated scheme, which facilitated her visa acquisition and subsequent conversion and marriage in Pakistan.
Gaya Prasad Thomas has distanced himself from his daughter’s actions, expressing shame and claiming that she is dead to him.
He has indicated his intention to seek government assistance in allowing Anju to remain in Pakistan and not return to India.
While some villagers believe she should not be allowed to return, others argue that her parents should not be held accountable, as they were unaware of her intentions.
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