Tribune News Service
Amritsar, September 15
Around 400 Indian nationals stranded in Pakistan returned on NORI (No Obligation to Return to India) visa at Atari border here today. The persons who returned from Pakistan after seven months thanked the Indian High Commission and government for help them to return home.
Arunpal Singh, protocol officer, Punjab Police, stated that health teams had been deputed to conduct the Covid-19 test. The results were provided on the spot. The persons, found negative, were asked to stay quarantined for 10 days at their residence. Those, who were positive, would be treated at local hospitals”. Shdmani, a resident of Indore, who returned from Pakistan said, “My family went Pakistan on March 8 to attend a marriage. They were stranded in the Pakistan for seven months due to covid-19. Shankar Lalwani our MP from Indore helped us a lot and made it possible to return my family to home.”
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