50 Pakistani students return back after threats by Indian extremists

50 Pakistani students return back after threats by Indian extremists

Lahore (Staff Report): Indian government sent on Tuesday 50 Pakistani students, along with their teachers back to Lahore, who were on an exchange program, after they received threats from extremist organisations.

Indian media reported that the students who reached India on May 1, were sent back home only within a day, after threats were made to the host NGO for inviting the students.

According to Indian media, Indian government officials advised the NGO that the time is unfavourable for the exchange program.

Indian media claimed that the students were threatened by Shiv Sena, after escalating tensions between the two countries.

India has accused Pakistan of killing and mutilating the bodies of two Indian soldiers across the Line of Control.

According to details, the students were a part of the cultural exchange program and on a five-day visit to India. The students after the intimidation from extremists were terrified and remained inside their rooms.

They reached Wagah border safely today.

Pakistan Army had categorically rebuffed Indian Army’s accusations of killing two members of an Indian army patrol near LoC.

An Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement had stated that Pakistan Army did not commit any ceasefire violation on line of control or a BAT action in Buttal sector (Indian Krishna Ghatti Sector) as alleged by India. Indian blame of mutilating Indian soldiers' bodies are also false.