In order to bring the stranded Pakistanis from across the globe, the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan along with the dedicated efforts of the countries where they have been stranded, was able to bring home several Pakistani nationals.
In the latest, the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan, said that, another group of 176 Pakistanis stranded in India, due to the COVID-19 lock-down will return home on May 27.
The statement of the Foreign Ministry of Pakistan said that the stranded Pakistanis will come back via Wagah-Attari border between the two countries.
“In line with the Prime Minister’s directions, for safe and smooth repatriation of stranded Pakistanis, the High Commission for Pakistan in New Delhi remained in close contact with the Indian side,” the statement said. It added, “The Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi also facilitated and coordinated logistics for transfer of these Pakistanis to Attari from more than 20 different Indian cities”.
According to the statement, more than 400 stranded Pakistanis have been repatriated from India via Wagah-Attari border since Mar 20.