Kashmiri residents stranded in Pakistan to return via Attari border this week
Monday, 22 June 2020 () The Jammu and Kashmir residents who are stranded in Pakistan due to the coronavirus outbreak will return by road via the Attari-Wagah border in Punjab starting June 25, officials said on Monday. The J&K government will send two senior officers to Attari to coordinate with the local Amritsar administration in making arrangements for their return, they said.
A batch of 250 residents of Jammu and Kashmir returned from Pakistan on June 25 via the Attari-Wagah border. Shivraj Singh Bal, SDM, Amritsar-2, said, "748 Indians have registered themselves to return to the country out of which 250 people of J and K are returning today." "There are around 400...
Jammu and Kashmir Govt has provided 10 buses for people who have returned back from Pakistan. The buses will taken them to J and K from Attari-Wagah Border. J and K residents were stuck in Pakistan due..