Punjab: A person returned to India via Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar today after being released from Kot Lakhpat Jail in Lahore. "He is a resident of Doda, J&K. He crossed over to Pakistan by mistake in 2003 & served a jail term of 14 years," said Protocol Officer AP Singh.
Amritsar | Panwasi Lal from UP who had crossed into Pak 11 yrs ago was returned to India on 17th Nov'20. As his mental condition his not stable,he can't recall how he reached Pak. He was handed over to his family on 4th Jan: AP Singh, Protocol officer (Police),Attari-Wagah border
Punjab: 25 Pakistani prisoners including 20 fishermen being repatriated to Pakistan via Attari-Wagah border. Arunpal Singh, Protocol Officer (Police) says, "These fishermen had entered India mistakenly & have completed their imprisonment. They are being handed over to Pakistan."
Punjab: People who were stranded in Pakistan due to the COVID-19 situation returned to India via Attari-Wagah border today. "211 people are expected to return today," an officer said. Hina, one of the returnees, said, "I went to Pakistan in March after my mother died there".
Punjab: 125 Pak nationals, stranded in India due to lockdown, returned to their country y'day via Attari-Wagah border; 269 students returned too. Arunpal Singh, Protocol Officer (Police) says, "Medical team is here. People going after COVID test & Immigration-Customs formalities"
Abhinandan was returned to India from the Attari-Wagah border on March 1
Punjab: People who were stranded in Pakistan due to the COVID-19 situation return to India via Attari-Wagah border. One of the returnees, Alia says, "I am very glad as I am meeting my family after 10 months."
Over 400 Stranded Pak Nationals Leave India Via Attari Wagah Border
Punjab: Third batch of 100 fishermen released by Pakistan cross over to India via the Attari-Wagah border.
What a journey! Delhi-Amritsar-Dera Baba Nanak AmritsarAttari Wagah- Lahore Kartarpur Islamabad Attari Amritsar Delhi. Hope that sometime in the future, people will be able to travel through India-Pakistan more directly, as they did in the past.
I crossed border by mistake when I was caught. I was here for 14 months. I don't want to go back. India is good. I can get a job. I wish Indian govt would let me stay: Ashfaq Ali, 16-yr-old Pakistani prisoner who was arrested last year, after being released,at Attari-Wagah border
India, Pakistan border guards exchange sweets on the occasion of Eid-ul-fitr at Attari-Wagah border, reports ANI