Javeria Khanum is a Pakistani girl who travelled to India in a touching turn of events to be with her Indian fiancé, Sameer Khan and is now viral on Instagram
The Indian government has approved Javeria’s 45-day visa after she overcame visa issues in time for her wedding in the first week of January.
Who is Javeria Khanum of Pakistan to be wife of Sameer Khan of India, biography, age, husband, Instagram and photos
#WATCH | Amritsar, Punjab: A Pakistani woman, Javeria Khanum arrived in India (at the Attari-Wagah border) to marry her fiancé Sameer Khan, a Kolkata resident. She was welcomed in India to the beats of 'dhol'.
She says, "I am extremely happy…I want to convey my special thanks… pic.twitter.com/E0U00TIYMX
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Javaria Khanam, age 21, is the daughter of Karachi resident Azmat Ismail Khan. Tuesday marked Javeria Khanum’s entry into India across the border of Attari, where she was cordially received by her father-in-law, Ahmed Kamal Khan Yousafzai, and future husband, Sameer Khan. The pair is scheduled to leave Sri Guru Ramdas International Airport and head to Kolkata where Sameer is from.
Javeria Khanum faced difficulties on her trip to India because the country’s government initially refused to grant her a visa. Maqbool Ahmed Wasi Qadian, a journalist and social worker, was instrumental in helping the couple with the visa application procedure. Javeria was successful in getting the visa from the Indian authorities because of his efforts.
Pakistani travels to India for her wedding
After meeting Javeria, Sameer Khan, a resident of Kolkata, expressed his happiness and said that his wish had come true. The border limitations presented challenges for the couple, who had been engaged since 2018. Five and a half years ago, Sameer remembered seeing Javeria’s photo on his mother’s phone and falling in love at first sight. Despite obstacles with their visas, the couple persisted, and in 2018 they got engaged.
Javeria Khanum expressed her immense happiness upon reaching India by saying, “I received my visa after a five and a half-year wait. My pleasure has no boundaries. I’m shocked that I arrived here. I have been granted a 45-day visa by the Government of India. The offered prayer was heard and accepted. In the first week of January, the pair intends to tie the knot in Kolkata.”
“After meeting Khanum, my dream has come true,” Sameer Khan said, expressing his satisfaction. Five and a half years have passed. The marriage will now happen shortly.” Javeria and Sameer’s marriage is proof that love knows no boundaries and can overcome administrative roadblocks.