If love is true, it breaks even the boundaries of borders. The story of Pakistani girl Smila and Kamal Kalyan of Jalandhar in Punjab is also similar. On Wednesday, a Christian girl from Lahore, Smila crossed the Wagah border and reached India to marry her lover. His parents have also come along.
After reaching Amritsar, Smila said that she is grateful to the Indian government for issuing visas for marriage along with her parents. He told that the grandfather of Kamal Kalyan, a resident of Jalandhar, lived in Pakistan. There the two families reconciled. After that his family came to India. Smila and Kamal met three years ago through social media. Both fell in love. After that they decided to get married.
The engagement also took place on WhatsApp. In order not to let the borders become a hindrance, he searched the internet for stories of people who got married like this. The story of Maqbool Ahmed, a journalist from Qadian, came to be known. Maqbool was married in Pakistan. After this he contacted Maqbool.
Maqbool told them the necessary documents related to marriage and the process of application. Maqbool had earlier helped in getting the marriages of Kiran Sarjeet of Sialkot, Suman of Karachi, Safoora of Chinot and Iqra of India.
visa was canceled
Smila told that he had applied for a visa even before Corona but it was canceled.
Kamal said – fiancee has arrived, will be married on 10
At the same time, Kamal Kalyan said that he is very happy that his fiancee has reached India today. Wedding preparations are in full swing. The Mehndi ceremony will take place on July 9 and the wedding will take place on the afternoon of July 10 in Jalandhar. Smila, who has brought a lot of her wedding supplies from Pakistan, has also had to pay a hefty amount at the Wagah border.