4 Pak Hindus,jailed for overstaying,return home

Four Pakistani nationals were jailed in India for overstaying their visa on day returned to their country via Wagah border in Punjab,authorities said Wednesday

Written by Press Trust Of India | Vadodara | Published:September 19, 2013 2:49 am

Four Pakistani nationals were jailed in India for overstaying their visa on day returned to their country via Wagah border in Punjab,authorities said Wednesday. Ashok Yadav,District Superintendent of Police,said that Gujarat Police escorted Nagjibhai Ramabhai Bajaniya,Dudabhai Bhimbhai Bajaniya,Mohan Savlabhai Bajaniya and Munniben Dudabhai Bajaniya to the Wagah border. All four belong to the Bajaniya community and are natives of Tando Ghulamali in Badin district of Sindh,Pakistan.

Vav police in Banaskantha district arrested them for overstaying their visa in March this year. They told police that they had come to India on pilgrimage to Mathura,Haridwar and other places,and later visited Tandav village in Gujarat to meet their relatives. In the meantime,they ran out of money for the return journey and so were compelled to stay back,they told police.

After they were tried under Foreigners’ Act and underwent three months’ incarceration,they were detained at Vav police station.

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