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Seema Haider and Sachin’s Plea for Food Amidst Unemployment

Seema Haider and Sachin Meena: Seema Haider and Sachin residing in Greater Noida, highlights the harsh realities faced by many families across the nation. With no work and dwindling resources, their struggle for survival has brought their plight into the spotlight. A video has been surfaced where the couple’s difficulties have been shown. The couple are struggling for basic necessities as the number of family members have increased from 3 to 8. Sachin have no job and with this problem, it is becoming very difficult for them to make their ends meet. In a recent interview, Seema Haider mentioned the problem that arouse due to her to her husband’s family referring to her illegal entry into the country.

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Seema Haider and Sachin Meena wrote letter to Police

Letter to police by Seema Haider and Sachin Meena
Letter to police by Seema Haider and Sachin Meena

Seema said that she is unhappy of the problem faced by her now husband Sachin’s family because of the continuos investigations and interviews. Seema Haider crossed the border and entered into India from Pakistan illegaly to marry her lover, she met on PUBG. This is the reason continuos investigations are happening.

On Saturday, Master Swaraj, National President of Bhartiya Kisan Union Lok Shakti met the couple at their new home in Rabupura, Greater Noida. He further said that “I came to meet Sachin Meena and Seema Haider. They have moved to a new place but have been facing problems as they are trapped in their own home. A long queue of media personnel constantly waits outside their house, making it difficult for them to step outside and purchase items of daily use. The couple told me that we are constantly under the radar of police.”

The farmer leader advised the couple to write a letter to SHO regarding the difficulties faced by them. The letter written to the SHO reads that Sachin and his father can now go out to look for a job after informing Rabupura police and the entire village stands with them.