Stranded PoK guests appeal Imran for return

Excelsior Correspondent
POONCH, Aug 21: Stranded guests from Pak occupied Kashmir (PoK) in Jammu and Kashmir, have appealed the Pakistani Prime Minister, Imran Khan to ensure their return to their homes.
Official sources said that some of the stranded guests along with their local relatives also approached Deputy Commissioner, Poonch and requested him to take up the issue with the External Affairs Ministry in Delhi and also with his counterpart in Rawlakote. They said that their permit of visit expired on last Monday and their stay now would be considered as illegal. They demanded to extend their stay or make arrangement of their return.
One Fateh Mohd from Abtabad, who had come to meet his nephew Mohd Bashir in Poonch said that he was ailing and has to undergo operation shortly. Moreover, he was missing his family members badly. He appealed to the Pak PM, Imran Khan to ensure return of all the 42 stranded POK guests in J&K.


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