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114 Indians stranded in Pakistan to be repatriated through Attari-Wagah border on July 9

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ISLAMABAD: As many as 114 Indian nationals who are currently stranded in Pakistan due to COVID-19 related travel restrictions will be repatriated to India through the Attari-Wagah border on July 9, as per a Pakistan government release.

Last month, over 700 stranded Indian nationals, were repatriated to India in batches through the Attari-Wagah Border on June 25, June 26 and June 27, following necessary health security protocols.

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Most of the Indian nationals were in Pakistan to meet their relatives and perform religious rites when the lockdown was imposed.