Helpline established for 35 Pakistani passengers stranded in New Delhi

07:38 PM | 12 Oct, 2015
Helpline established for 35 Pakistani passengers stranded in New Delhi
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ISLAMABAD (Online) - Thirty five Pakistani passengers have been stranded at New Delhi Railway Station due to cancellation of Samjhota Express, according to Pakistan High Commission in India.

The commission is cooperating with the stranded passengers and providing them food and other facilities.

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The High Commission has also raised the issue with the Indian External Affairs Ministry and asked for alternative arrangements for the stranded Pakistani passengers.

A helpline has also been established to facilitate the stranded passengers.

In a statement the commission asked the stranded passengers to contact the following numbers.

Mr Ilyas Mehmood Nizami (0091) 8130410164

Mr Muhammad Shabbir (0091) 9717221589

Mr Sohail Ahmed (0091) 9560019477