Pakistan for more than three months craving to come back to their homes have urged authorities to make arrangements for their early return.cores of Kashmiri families have been stuck in different cities of
Hundreds of people including students are stuck in Pakistan because of travel ban in view of the Coronavirus.
One of the Srinagar resident who had gone to Pakistan for daughter’s marriage, is among the hundreds of helpless Kashmiris who is not able to come back.
“We had arrived in Pakistan for daughter’s marriage, but got stuck here,” he said. Adding that authorities are providing no green signal for their return.
Another pilgrim who is also stuck in Pakistan claimed that despite repeated requests and calls by them to Indian Embassy, nothing has happened.
Urging government to take urgent steps to bring them back, he said, “Ironically, we took the initiative of approaching the Indian Embassy officials to evacuate us. but unfortunately, there is no response.”
“We are in a huddle, allow us to go back to our homes, we want to see our families,” he added.
Besides these pilgrims, Kashmiri students in college or university education are also stuck in different Pakistani cities.
Meanwhile, these helpless Kashmiris appealed to the Indian High Commission, Islamabad, besides Prime Minister Narendra Modi, external affairs minister S. Jaishankar and LG Manoj Sinha to consider their case on priority and send them back to Kashmir.