Ye konsa shaadi ka jadoo hai jo Pakistan mein khatam nahi ho raha? Lagta hai sirf KPK nahin hai jahan kay paani mein kuch hai. Another cross-border wedding took place on Sunday when a woman from Karachi, Ameena, married Arbaaz from India, as reported by the Hindustan Times.

Arbaaz comes from the Indian city of Jodhpur. He is related to Armeena. An Indian outlet reported that a previous family member had also married a woman from a neighboring country.

Arbaaz’s father Mohammad Afzal spoke to the local media, telling them that the ceremony was held in a simple way in a virtual ceremony.


“A grandson of mine is a chartered accountant, who is married to a girl from Pakistan. Seeing their happiness, Ameena’s family asked our son’s hand in marriage, which we accepted,” the father gushed about the wedding.

Arbaaz revealed to the media that his wife would be applying for a visa, and said that the ceremony was held online otherwise they would have to obtain visas twice.  “I didn’t marry in Pakistan as it would not be recognised and we would have to remarry on reaching India.”

Previously, an Indian woman named Anju travelled to Pakistan, to marry her lover Nasrullah, after meeting him on Facebook.

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Afterwards a string of marriages sprung up on the news, including women from Chile, China and Mexico, all travelling within the same month to marry the Pakistani men they met on social media.

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