A heap of 176 Pakistanis stranded in India on account of the nationally Covid-19 lockdown will return home through the Attari-Wagah land boundary-crossing May 27.
Over 400 Pakistani nationals stranded in India happen to be repatriated through the Attari-Wagah land boundary since March 20.
“In accord with the Prime Minister’s instructions, for smooth and safe repatriation of stranded Pakistanis, the large commission for Pakistan at New Delhi stayed in close contact with the Indian side and the Foreign Office was coordinating with other federal authorities in Pakistan,” the large commission said in a statement issued on Tuesday.
The large commission additionally facilitated and coordinated logistics for hauling the Pakistani nationals into Attari from over 20 Indian towns amid the lockdown.
The continuing efforts of Pakistan’s foreign ministry will last until the repatriation of staying stranded Pakistanis, ” the announcement said.