The Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Uttar Pradesh has begun an investigation into the illegal entry of Pakistani woman Seema Ghulam Haider into India. Haider crossed into India from Nepal, raising serious questions about security.The ATS will investigate the full profile of Haider and her family, as well as the network of routes she took to enter India. The mobile number she used during her travel to different countries will also be probed.
Haider first traveled from Pakistan to Dubai, and then from Dubai to Nepal. She entered India illegally through Nepal.
The ATS will also investigate the role of Haider's boyfriend, Sachin, who helped her enter India. Sachin was arrested along with Haider, but they were later released on bail.
The ATS investigation is ongoing. The results of the investigation will help to shed light on how Haider was able to enter India illegally and what security measures need to be strengthened.Date and time of the article: The article could be dated July 17, 2023, and the time could be 10:00 PM IST.
Names of the officials involved in the investigation: The officials involved in the investigation could be named as Akhil Saxena, the Additional Director General of the ATS, and Rajesh Sharma, the Inspector General of the ATS.
Specific security measures that need to be strengthened: The article could mention that the security measures that need to be strengthened include better monitoring of the Nepal border, more stringent checks on people entering India from Nepal, and increased awareness among people about the dangers of illegal immigration.
Implications of Haider's illegal entry for India-Pakistan relations: The article could mention that Haider's illegal entry has implications for India-Pakistan relations, as it could be seen as a security breach. The article could also mention that the incident has raised questions about the level of cooperation between the two countries on security matters.