415 Pakistani nationals stranded in India due to COVID restrictions return via Attari Wagah border

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Attari (Punjab) [India], September 30: A gathering of 415 Pakistani nationals who were abandoned in India because of COVID-19 limitations got back to Pakistan through Attari Wagah verge on Wednesday.

Addressing ANI, one of the Pakistani nationals Suresh Kumar stated, "I came to India 6-7 months prior to get therapy for malignancy however couldn't return due to Covid lockdown. Be that as it may, I confronted no bother and I am presently ready to get back serenely."

Communicating comparable assessments, another Pakistani resident Reshi, who came to India over two years prior leaving her better half back in Sindh, stated, "I feel glad to be getting back."

Jyoti, an understudy who breezed through her Class 12 tests in India, stated, "My visit in this nation was a decent encounter and like home. I will consider finishing my advanced education here. For the present, I wish to return to my family in Pakistan."

Aish Chawla, another mother came to India 16 months prior for her conveyance. "I am taking a blessing back home," she said.

A cop at the Wagah line, Arunpal Singh, disclosed the system to cross the line. "All Pakistani regular folks have shown up with their COVID-19 test reports and a group of specialists selected by the Punjab government will perform screening tests, customs and migration checks," he said. (ANI)

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