143 employees of Pak Embassy sent back, 38 Indian employees also returned to their homeland

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Updated Tue, 30 Jun 2020 08:15 PM IST

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The Indian government had announced a reduction of 50 per cent staff at the Indian embassy in Islamabad and the Pakistani embassy in Delhi after two Pakistani embassy officials were arrested on charges of espionage from Delhi’s Connaught Place. On Tuesday, 143 Pakistani employees working at the Pakistani embassy returned to their homeland along with their families on the Attari road border.

Pakistani embassy personnel arrived in the attic road border in special tampo trains. The documents of the embassy staff and their families boarding the convoys from Delhi to the convoy were thoroughly examined. The customs department examined their belongings on the Attari road border. All these were screened before leaving for Pakistan.

The Foreign Ministry had already sent a list of Pakistanis returning to their homeland. Security agency officials posted along the border examined the Pakistanis based on this list. Arun Pal, in-charge of the police post located on the Attari border, said that all the people going to Pakistan were sent to the country only after investigation. Pakistani Ranger officers and administrative officers were also present to welcome these Pakistanis.

At the same time, 38 employees of the Indian Embassy in Islamabad returned to their homeland from Pakistan with their families. These embassy staff and family members were extensively investigated in the Pakistan Wagah border. They were also screened in Lahore. After returning to their homeland, all these employees were sent to Delhi under tight security. Thermal screening of all was done at ICP. Authorities kept the embassy staff of the two countries away from the media. Tempo drivers were also screened by the medical team. The two countries opened the entry gates at 10 am for the embassy staff and their families.

The Indian government had announced a reduction of 50 per cent staff at the Indian embassy in Islamabad and the Pakistani embassy in Delhi after two Pakistani embassy officials were arrested on charges of espionage from Delhi’s Connaught Place. On Tuesday, 143 Pakistani employees working at the Pakistani embassy returned to their homeland along with their families on the Attari road border.

Pakistani embassy personnel arrived in the attic road border in special tampo trains. The documents of the embassy staff and their families boarding the convoys from Delhi to the convoy were thoroughly examined. The customs department examined their belongings on the Attari road border. All these were screened before leaving for Pakistan.

The Foreign Ministry had already sent a list of Pakistanis returning to their homeland. Security agency officials posted along the border examined the Pakistanis based on this list. Arun Pal, in-charge of the police post located on the Attari border, said that all the people going to Pakistan were sent to the country only after investigation. Pakistani Ranger officers and administrative officers were also present to welcome these Pakistanis.

At the same time, 38 employees of the Indian Embassy in Islamabad returned to their homeland from Pakistan with their families. These embassy staff and family members were extensively investigated in the Pakistan Wagah border. They were also screened in Lahore. After returning to their homeland, all these employees were sent to Delhi under tight security. Thermal screening of all was done at ICP. Authorities kept the embassy staff of the two countries away from the media. Tempo drivers were also screened by the medical team. Both countries opened the entry gates at 10 am for the embassy staff and their families.

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