Indian Woman Receives Land and Gifts for Embracing Islam in Pakistan
An Indian woman named Anju, who made waves both in India and abroad for her journey to Upper Dir and marriage to a Pakistani man, has been bestowed with a gesture of appreciation for her decision to embrace Islam, as reported by Hindustan Times.
Anju, now known as Fatima after her conversion, received a generous gift package that included Rs50,000 and 10 marla of housing land. The gifts were presented by Mohsin Khan Abbasi, the CEO of a real estate company in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
This 35-year-old Indian divorcee had legally traveled to Pakistan on a valid visa and took the bold step of converting to Islam before tying the knot with her 29-year-old Facebook friend, Nasrullah.
A video circulating on social media captured the heartwarming moment when Abbasi visited Anju and Nasrullah at their new residence. In the video, he expressed his intention to make Anju feel welcome and at home in Pakistan through these thoughtful gifts.