Aroosa returns to Pakistan, leaves behind Punjab former minister in soup

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Amritsar, Jan.10 (ANI): Aroosa Raza Alam, a close friend of Punjab's former chief minister and Congress leader Amarinder Singh, on Sunday returned to her home country Pakistan through Wagah land route.

Aroosa arrived in India recently with her friend Najmi Rizvi on New Year eve and other friends. But she attracted news after she allegedly stayed in a Five Star Hotel of Jaipur with Punjab's former minister Rana Gurjit Singh Sodhi.

Najmi Rizvi, 54, however, had left India on January 5 through Wagah land route.

Aroosa, who was at Wagah with one of the close friends of Capt. Amarinder Singh, reached Wagah land border at 11 a.m. and crossed Attari land border 45 minutes later after showing her reservation to meet media.

Senior Punjab Congress leader and Guruharsahai MLA Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi attracted a controversy after it came to light that a Pakistani woman travelling with him stayed illegally in Jaipur.

Gurmit Sodhi, a close aide of Punjab' former CM Capt. Amarinder Singh, reportedly checked into Jai Mahal hotel in Jaipur along with a group of four people.

He reportedly booked three rooms in the hotel under his name and claimed that all the guests with him were family members.

Jose Mohan, SP Jaipur (South), said when he checked in, he presented his identity and described others as his family members. But one of the members in Sodhi's group, Pakistani national Najmi Rizvi, allegedly did not have a valid visa for Jaipur. Rizvi's visa from December 24 to March 23 did not include a visit to Jaipur and Sodhi reportedly deliberately concealed this fact. By Ravinder Singh Robin (ANI)

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