To marry her Facebook boyfriend, a woman swims from Bangladesh to India.
This news is flashing on major news sources as “Saat Samundar Paar,” when women from Bangladesh swim to India to marry their lover, as recently reported on the internet world and trending news feed on social media platforms. As the news is a matter of illegal border crossing and entering the country illegally, this news is flashing on major news sources as “Saat Samundar Paar,” when women from Bangladesh swim to India to marry their lover.
As many cases of cross-border crossing are reported in many countries, including the United States, India, Russia, Europe, and others, and this issue is becoming a global issue for which the United Nations is simply paying a deaf year, countries are establishing asylum centres for such people and deboarding them back to their home countries, as reported in news from the India-Bangladesh border crossing.
From Bangladesh to India, a woman swims
A woman from Bangladesh illegally entered India via a water route and was later apprehended by police. After crossing the borders, she went to Kolkata, a city in Bengal, India’s easternmost state, where India and Bangladesh are separated by only a few kilometres of border. Like her, many other people cross borders in and out, and many people face death as a result of this attempt, which is truly a type of loss of life.
A woman swims from Bangladesh to India to marry her boyfriend, and netizens mocked the news by calling it “Saat Samandar Paar” in real life. Krishna Mandal, the woman who attempted to cross the border by swimming, is a Bangladeshi citizen who lives in Bangladeshi territory that runs parallel to India, according to authorities. As she walked through the wild forests of the Sunderbans, a Bengal tiger-dominated area with many other wild beasts residing in the forest, this Bangladeshi woman risked her life as if it meant nothing to her.
Krishna Mandal 22 years old met lover Abhishek on Facebook and fell in love, she had no passport and decided to cross the border this way to India, she entered the river between the borders and swam for an hour in the river just to marry her lover who belongs to India in the city Calcutta after all this crossing she got to meet her boyfriend and got married within kali ghat temple situated in Kolkata, after all this crossing she got to meet her boyfriend and got married within kali ghat
Another similar incident occurred in India during the lockdown.
During the lockdown, a Vietnamese citizen attempted to cross borders because he had been working in India for two years and had not seen his wife, so he decided to go on a raft boat, where he was discovered after 19 days in the sea with ten packs of noodles, almost empty water, and no map or compass. He was discovered in the sea by a group of fishermen.