The Corona epidemic knocked the whole world in February itself. The virus was already in effect in China, but slowly it spread throughout the world. As the impact of the corona diminished in the last few months, due to which people who were stranded in other countries started returning to their homeland. Many people in India and Pakistan were unable to return to their country due to the lockdown and the closure of the borders during the Corona epidemic. Some Pakistanis remained in India and some Indians in Pakistan. Now after the situation is normal, the process of returning home is going on. Sagar Bajaj, a resident of Indore, was married in the evening of February 2020 in Sindh province of Pakistan, when a sudden lockdown occurred.
Sagar returned to Indore after getting approval from the government in November, but his wife Sandhya and newborn daughter could not come to India. Sagar’s daughter is born Laxmi, born in Pakistan in November 2020. Three-month-old Lakshmi returned to India with her mother Sandhya on Friday evening via the Attari border. Sandhya said that she is very happy that for the first time after marriage, she has been able to visit her in-laws in India. At the same time, Sagar Bajaj told that after 3 months he has seen his baby girl and that he is very happy.
Sagar at the initiative of the Indian Embassy and the Government of India remarked that his homeland has been returned and that the family has been impatiently waiting to see the little girl. Sandhya is also super ecstatic and very content. According to the couple, their daughter is purely a message of peace between the relations of the two countries and also appealed the two governments to improve the relationship so that people across the border can meet each other.
A total of 22 passengers from Pakistan reached India on Friday through the Attari border. Among them, 13 passengers are citizens of India, including 5 Srinagar, 3 Poonch, 2 Bandipura and 1 Shopian. At the same time, 9 Pakistani citizens have come for some work in India on visa. A family had gone to Pakistan for their relative’s wedding, and were stuck there due to the lockdown. After a year these people returned to their homeland India. The happiness could be seen on their faces that they would meet their family members after 1 year.
There are still some people who are looking forward to returning to their homeland. On Friday, there were reports of 40 people coming to India from Pakistan, only 22 could enter India.