Javeria arrives in India to marry Kolkata man
– Shabana Javed
Kolkata, Dec. 6: Javeria Khanam, a resident of Karachi, arrived in India on Tuesday to get married to Sameer Khan here. The two met on the internet and now are set to tie the knot soon.
Javeria, 21, daughter of Azmat Ismail Khan, has been granted a 45-day visa by the Indian government. She entered India through the Attari border, and was welcomed warmly by her fiancé Sameer Khan and his father Ahmed Kamal Khan Yousafzai. Sameer and Javeria will get married in January next year, after which she will apply for a long-term visa.
After Javeria’s arrival in India, Javeria and Sameer talked to the presspersons.
“I would like to thank the Indian government for their cooperation. Borders do not matter when the intentions are pure,” said Sameer.
“Indian government granted me a 45-day visa. I am very happy to be here, getting so much love here,” said Javeria.
Sameer’s family is also very happy with Javeria’s arrival from Pakistan. They want to make Javeria their daughter-in-law soon. Sameer’s father Yousafzai said that his Pakistani daughter-in-law will play an important role in strengthening the relationship between the two countries.