LAHORE: After a long protest Hindu migrants were allowed to cross the border and entered in India.
Earlier here on Friday, Over 60 Hindu families were stopped at the Wagah Border due to security clearance, Aaj news.
According to the sources, All these people were said to be pilgrims while security officials stopped them because they did not produce a No Objection Certificate (NoC), which is mandatory to cross the border into India.
However, Rangers officials added that these pilgrims would be allowed to travel to India when their No Objection Certificates (NOCs) were received.
Later the families of two Hindu doctors were permitted to travel to India.
Earlier, Interior Minister, Rehman Malik, has said that “the embassy of a neighbouring country” has hatched a conspiracy against the government by issuing 250 visas to the Hindu families without checking the facts.
Meanwhile, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Thursday took notice of the purported migration of Hindu families from Jacobabad to India on account of the perceived law and order situation.
The chief minister directed the Minister for Excise, Mukesh Kumar Chawla, to visit Jacobabad and inquire into the matter and submit a report within three days.