NEW DELHI: A batch of 250 Indian nationals stranded in Pakistan due to COVID-19 lockdown returned to the country on Friday through the Wagah Border.
Wagah Border has been opened for three days, from June 25 to June 27, to facilitate the repatriation of stranded Indians.
This is the second batch as earlier on Thursday as many as 248 Indians had returned home.
Most of the Indian nationals came to Pakistan to meet their relatives and perform religious rites when the lockdown was imposed. Majority of them were staying in Sindh and Punjab province.