35 passengers of Samjhota Express stranded in New Delhi

October 11, 2015 Off By Web Desk

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan High Commission in India on Monday said that 35 Pakistani passengers were stranded at New Delhi Railway Station due to cancellation of Samjhota Express.

In a statement, the Commission said that it was cooperating with the stranded passengers and providing them food and other facilities. The High Commission has also raised the issue with the Indian External Affairs Ministry and asked for alternative arrangements for the stranded Pakistani passengers.

The High Commission has established helpline to facilitate stranded passengers. The commission has asked the stranded passengers to contact at the numbers: Mr. Ilyas Mehmood Nizami (0091) 8130410164, Mr. Mohammad Shabbir (0091) 9717221589, Mr. Sohail Ahmed (0091) 9560019477, Landline no (0091-11) 26110601, 26110602, 26110605, 24100905 and fax no (0091-11) 26872339.