- Hindu woman met family after 10 months stranded in Pakistan.
- The woman had gone to visit her ailing mother in Pakistan in February on a NORI visa.
- The woman was refused permission to board the train with her husband and children.
A Pakistani Hindu Refugee Woman, who took refuge in India, was trapped in neighboring Pakistan (Pakistan) for 10 months. The Hindu refugee woman returned to India on Tuesday after being stranded in Pakistan for 10 months and met her family. The Hindu refugee woman, whose name is Janata Mali, has applied for Indian citizenship.
Janata Mali went to meet her ailing mother in Mirpur Khas, Pakistan in February on a NORI visa with her husband and children, but was not allowed to travel back after a nationwide lockdown was implemented to prevent the spread of the corona virus infection Millie because his visa expired. She was then trapped in neighboring Pakistan, while her husband and children returned to India in July. The woman was refused permission to board the train with her husband and children.
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Let us tell you, the NORI visa allows Pakistani nationals to travel to Pakistan and return within 60 days while in India on a long-term visa (LTV).
Information given to High Court in September about Hindu refugees being stranded in Pakistan
In September, the Union Home Ministry informed the Rajasthan High Court about 410 Pakistani Hindu refugees stranded in Pakistan after the NORI visa expired. On issues related to Pakistan’s minority migrants, court-appointed amicus curia Sajjan Singh reported that these refugees were living in India on long-term visas (LTVs) and had gone to Pakistan before the lockdown on NORI visas. The Ministry of Home Affairs had then said that these people will be brought back to the country soon by extending the visa.
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‘Successful in bringing Mali back after six months of struggle’
Frontier Lok Union president Hindu Singh Sodha said that the organization had taken up the issue with the Rajasthan government as well as the Center. “We have urged the government to pave the way for the return of all those who are stranded in Pakistan due to the expiry of their NORI visas,” he said. Sodha further said that after six months of struggle, we were able to bring back Mali, who was stuck in Pakistan due to the lockdown.