Amritsar, Aug 11 (ANI): Pakistan authorities allowed a group of Hindus pilgrims to cross into India after seven hours of detention, following reports that they were planning to migrate in order to escape from abductions and attacks on their business establishments. At least 200 Pakistani Hindu pilgrims were held at the Wagah crossing near Lahore after the reports of migration surfaced in local media. Though, the pilgrims had valid visas, they informed that there were rumours that these pilgrims would not return because of mounting attacks against minorities in Pakistan. Kumar added that they were allowed to cross the border after they assured in writing that they would return to Pakistan.
The Daily News Post India (tdnpost)