41 Pakistanis return home from India via Wagah border
Forty-one stranded Pakistanis returned home from India via the Wagah border on Thursday, as the pandemic continues to affect more and more people in both countries.
The Pakistanis had traveled to India on different visas — including visit, pilgrimage, and medical — and had been stuck in Agra, New Delhi, Haryana, and Punjab, according to the high commission’s message.
“In line with the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan and under the guidance of the Foreign Office, the Pakistan High Commission continues to accord singular priority to the well-being and safe and smooth return of all Pakistanis stranded across India,” the message read.
“It is mission’s sincere hope and effort that with the cooperation of the India side, the remaining more than 145 stranded Pakistanis would be able to return home at the earliest.”