Indian authorities hold up Samjhauta express
LAHORE (92 News) – Indian authorities on Thursday stopped Samjhota Express train from entering into India and sent it back to Pakistan without giving any reason.
According to report, 57 Pakistani passengers including traders were offloaded at Wagah Border after the Indian officials did not give clearance to the train to cross the border.
The Indian authorities said that the farmers were protesting in India and that there were fears of an attack on the train service.
The protesting farmers blocked railway tracks at different places in Indian Punjab, seeking higher compensation for crops from the state government.