Pakistani Nationals Stranded In India Due To Lockdown Return Through Attari-Wagah Border

Pakistani nationwide Salma Chaudhary stated, “I thank MEA and Pakistan Excessive Fee for serving to me.”

Attari-Wagah (Punjab):

A number of Pakistani nationals, who had been stranded in India because of the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown, crossed over to the neighbouring nation by the Attari-Wagah border on Thursday.

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One of many Karachi residents, Salma Chaudhary, who was stranded in India stated that she confronted plenty of issues because of the pandemic and lockdown however thanked the Ministry of Exterior Affairs and Pakistan Excessive Fee for serving to her.

“I got here on March for 15 days for the renewal of my passport and received caught right here as a result of lockdown. I additionally confronted some issues, however lastly, I’m going dwelling in the present day. I thank MEA and Pakistan Excessive Fee for serving to me,” Ms Chaudhary instructed ANI.

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The Karachi resident stated that she is an Indian married to a Pakistani nationwide.

“My household, together with my husband and seven-year-old son, lives in Pakistan. I’m feeling fairly excited as I’m going again dwelling after months and am going to fulfill them,” she added.

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