86 Indians walk back to home from Pakistan

October 2015
Day After;10/13/2015, p1
The article reports that more than 80 passengers of the Samjhauta Express made their way home by crossing the Wagah border on foot in October 2015 after the train was refused entry into India due to a farmers' agitation in Punjab, India.


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