75 Pakistanis stranded in India repatriated via Wagah Border

75 Pakistani citizens who have been left stranded in India due to coronavirus travel restrictions, have been repatriated via Wagah-Attari border crossing between India and Pakistan.

According to Pakistani High Commission officials, 75 Pakistani nationals who have been repatriated via Wagah border crossing were stranded in various Indian cities which include Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Amritsar, Bareilly, Hoshangabad, Hyderababad, Indore, Jodhpur, Kanpur, Lucknow, Mumbai, Nagpur, Raipur, Saharanpur and Vellore.

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Prior to this a batch of 176 Pakistanis stranded in India, was repatriated back to Pakistan via Wagah border on May 27.  As per the government statistics, around 500 Pakistanis have been brought back to Pakistan via Wagah border crossing so far amid COVID-19 travel restrictions.

It is to be noted that governments of both countries have enforced strict travel restrictions amid coronavirus outbreak, resulting in stranded citizens in both India and Pakistan.