Pak-India love story: Route 9643 bus manager saved Seema Haider as ‘Delhi Bholi’ for Kathmandu-Noida trip

A new screenshot of WhatsApp chat has revealed more details about Seema Haider’s journey to India from Nepal

NEW DELHI | Updated: 24 July, 2023 11:16 am IST
Leaked chat of Nepalese bus manager with Seema Haider and a photograph of her wedding with Sachin

NEW DELHI: The bus manager who drove Pakistan’s Seema Haider, who has been in the eye of a storm in India’s security agencies — saved her credentials as ‘Delhi Bholi’ in his phone — ensuring her discreet and safe arrival in Greater Noida.

The conversation between Nepalese bus manager Prasanna Gautam and Haider has been accessed by The New Indian.

In the leaked chat, the manager sends the bus details to Seema and asks her to send the screenshot after transferring the agreed amount to him on Google’s payment app GPay.

READ MORE: Room No. 204: Nepal hotel owner confirms Seema, Sachin’s stay

In response, Seema sends the contact number of her lover Sachin Meena, which she saved on her phone as ‘Meena G’ requesting the bus manager to speak with him.

Seema had paid a partial amount to the bus conductor in Nepal and Sachin settled the remaining sum once they reached Greater Noida. Sachin was waiting to receive them and had already arranged a rented accommodation.

The chat reveals Seema boarded the bus near the office of NCell, a telecom service provider company in Kathmandu from where she along with her four young children, embarked on a journey that defied borders and societal norms.

The Uttar Pradesh Police, which is probing Seema-Sachin’s love story, are now likely to verify the details of the bus driver and conductor.

READ MORE: Bus ticket from Nepal, 2 video cassettes, 4 mobile phones, Pak IDs recovered from Seema: UP Police FIR 

The sequence of events revealed that Seema and her children first arrived at Dubai airport from Karachi on May 10 before making their way to Nepal the next day. After staying one night in a hotel in Nepal, they boarded the chartered bus from Pokhara on May 12, taking a winding route through Rupanhedi, Khunwa, Siddharthanagar, Lucknow, and Agra, finally arriving at Rabupura village in Greater Noida on May 13.

Seema’s plea for pardon to President Draupadi Murmu adds an emotional twist to this extraordinary tale of love and courage. Claiming to have married Sachin in Nepal and adopted Hinduism, she shared pictures of their temple wedding, along with the letter.

The journey of Seema Haider and her children is one that defies conventional boundaries and societal norms, stirring the hearts and imaginations of people across the nation.

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