Seema Haider, who unlawfully came to India in May to be with her partner Sachin, mentioned that her brother had enlisted in the Pakistan Army, though she wasn't certain about his current military status.
Both ATS and the Intelligence Bureau (IB) are closely monitoring her due to suspicions regarding potential links with the Pakistan Army and the country's intelligence agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
ATS Investigation Uncovers Unidentified Aids in Seema Haider's Journey to Noida Village; Friend Requests Sent to Military Officers Discovered
During the investigation, the individuals who facilitated Seema Haider's journey to her village in Noida remain unidentified. ATS officials also uncovered that she had sent friend requests to several military officers.
Prior to her arrival in India, Seema had acquired a mobile phone in Pakistan for approximately 70,000 Pakistani rupees, as revealed during questioning by the ATS.
Authorities further inquired about whether she was advised to exercise caution while engaging in messaging and phone conversations.
FUFI refers to a person who provides ISI all the information of the country they are living in whereas FRUIT refers to money, asking about using these code words seema denies that she does not know any kind of codeword and can not speak urdu but speaking Hindi fluently even the hard words is raising concern.
During the UP ATS questioning on Monday (June17 ), it came to light that Seema Haider primarily communicated with people from Delhi-NCR using PUBG.
According to ATS sources, Seema Haider was requested to read a few lines in English, and she not only read them fluently but also had an flawless manner of delivery.
During the interrogation, Seema Haider disclosed that her brother had joined the Pakistani Army, but she was uncertain about his current status, whether he was still serving or had left the military.
While authorities are working to verify Seema's statements, India Today conducted an interview with her husband, Ghulam Haider, who gave the information. He confirmed that Seema's brother, Asif, is indeed a member of the Pakistan Army and is stationed in Karachi. Ghulam further mentioned that he has personally met Asif on several occasions, and they often engage in conversations.
Additionally, Ghulam Haider revealed that Seema's uncle, Ghulam Akbar, holds a prominent position within the Pakistan Army and is stationed in Islamabad.
Seema Haider has come under the scrutiny of both the ATS (Anti-Terrorism Squad) and IB (Intelligence Bureau) due to suspicions regarding her potential links with Pakistan's intelligence agency, Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
Concerns have been raised regarding the authenticity of her Pakistani identity card, which is typically issued at birth but, in her case, was issued on September 20, 2022.
The Uttar Pradesh ATS is actively investigating the reasons behind the delay in obtaining her Pakistani citizenship ID card, as well as looking into how she entered India without a visa.