Pakistani citizen released from Indian prison, reaches home after 25 years | Pakistan
LAHOR: On Tuesday, a Pakistani citizen was released from an Indian prison after spending 25 years in a neighboring country.
Citizen, Siraj-ud-din Mohammad today reached Pakistan after receiving his freedom from prison. "Ansar Burney Trust" played an important role in attracting Siraj to Pakistan.
Siraj erroneously made his way to India at the age of 11 years. After he left his home in Mansehra, Siraj reached Lahore and mistakenly accepted the "Samkhota Express" India
After spending a lot of time in India, Siraj married a Muslim woman in 2005.
In 2009, Siraj appeared before the police and expressed his desire to go to Pakistan with his family.
Then the police sent him to prison, from which he received his freedom today.
The Indian NGO fought for Siraj's right to Indian citizenship, however he was sent to
After Siraj encroached on the Indian media, Ansar Burney Trust jumped up to bring him home. After achieving Pakistan, Siraj was transferred to the welfare organization of Edgi
Despite the fact that he reached his home country, the heart of Siraj is ill for his wife, two twin sons and a daughter in India.