Aug 10

Hindus allowed to enter India from Wagah Border

Lahore: Authorities on Friday allowed Hindus to enter India after the protest at the Wahga border.

The Pakistan Rangers had stopped 100 Hindus pilgrims to enter India at Wagah Border.

According to Rangers officials, they have not stopped the pilgrims to enter India, however there is a problem in their immigration.

Sources said that the pilgrims had been asked to provide No Objection Certificate (NOC) to enter the neighbouring country.

There have been reports that Hindus are migrating to India over alleged excess with them in the country.

However, most of the Hindu families, whom media spoke with, said they were only going to India for religious tour and would not leave Pakistan.