In a delightful turn of events, the Indian government has granted a visa to Javeria Khanam, a 21-year-old girl from Pakistan, allowing her to soon become part of India's family. This marks a joyous moment for Javeria, who waited for over five and a half years to receive this special permission.
Javeria crossed the Attari border, where her fiancé Sameer Khan warmly welcomed her, creating a scene of pure happiness. The Indian government has generously provided a 45-day visa for Javeria, the daughter of Azmat Ismail Khan from Karachi.
Javeria's journey into India began at the Wagah border this morning, and she was greeted by Sameer Khan and her future father-in-law Ahmed Kamal Khan Yusufzai. Both Sameer and Yusufzai expressed immense joy, mentioning that they had traveled from Kolkata. From there, they plan to catch a flight to the Sri Guru Ram Dass International Airport.
The couple, Sameer and Javeria Khanam, are set to tie the knot in the first week of the upcoming year. Following their wedding, Javeria intends to apply for an extension of a long-term visa, further solidifying her connection with her new Indian family. This heartwarming story reflects the power of love and the willingness of nations to embrace unity and togetherness.