Desire to meet Shah Rukh Khan brings Pakistani woman to India without valid travel documents
The woman said that she was a big fan of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan and wanted to go to Mumbai to see him after visiting a ‘Dargah’ in Jhalandar.
A woman passenger, who came here from Pakistan by Samjhauta Express train, was made to get down from the train at Jalandhar Railway station by Government Railway Police (GRP) Jalandhar last night at 10:00 pm. As she was not having the valid travelling documents including passport, ticket etc. According to woman, her name is Chanda, around 35, and she was the resident of Karachi in Pakistan. SHO Baldev Singh Randhawa of GRP Police station, Jalandhar city told The Indian Express that when the escort of Railway Protection Force (RPF), which was travelling in the train, informed us that the woman was not having the valid documents we got the special train stoppage permission from the Ferozpur division and then train was stopped at Jalandhar and she was made to deboard train. “She was carrying a small bag and during the search of her bag we got not documents but some wraps of medicines,” said SHO.
According to the SHO, woman was claiming that she was travelling with her ‘Mamu’ (maternal uncle) and she wanted to visit some ‘Dargah’ (religious place) to seek the blessings of the almighty for having kids. “She was also saying that being a big fan of Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan she also wanted to go to Mumbai to see him,” said SHO adding that from her acts she was appearing a little mentally disturbed. “We had sent her back to Attari Railway station last night at 2:00 am from where she had boarded the train to Delhi and GRP Attari is investigating the case,” added Randhawa.