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Samjhauta Express services restored, train to run from India on Sunday: Railways

Feb 2 (AZINS) The Samjhauta Express will leave for Pakistan from Delhi on Sunday after the two neighbours agreed to operationalise services at their ends, a senior railway official told PTI.

The announcement came a day after Pakistan released Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.

The official said the first train from India will leave on March 3.

While Pakistan had cancelled its services right after an air strike by the Indian Air Force, India cancelled the operations of the Samjhauta Express on February 28.

The train will start running from the Indian side on Sunday, while on the Pakistan side it will leave Lahore on Monday on its return journey.

On the Indian side the train runs from Delhi to Attari and from Lahore to Wagah on the Pakistan side.

Meanwhile, in the wake of soaring tensions between India and Pakistan, the Thar Express, which plies between Jodhpur and Munabao in Barmer, the last station of India and connects finally with Karachi in Pakistan through Khokhrapar, the first station in Pakistan departed on Friday on its usual time.

The train leaves from Jodhpur’s suburban station Bhagat ki Kothi every Friday night at 12.50 am.

This Friday, with around 300 passengers, the train departed amid the prevailing tensions between the two neighbouring countries as there were speculations that just like Samjhauta Express, the Thar Express might get suspended.

Speaking to ANI, Mohd Ismail, a resident from Pakistan's Karachi appealed both the neighbouring countries to maintain peace instead of resorting to war.

"Citizens of both India and Pakistan want brotherhood. We felt very good here. We appeal to both nations to live with love and peace. War will only bring loss of lives and properties for both the nations. We felt safe in India. We did not face any issue here," Mohd Ismail said.

A woman from Pakistan's Hyderabad, who came to India to meet her relatives said, "I came to India to meet my relatives. When I came here along with family the situation between the two countries was fine but unfortunately, the situation started to become tense. There should be peace and love between both the countries as our half of the people are residing that side of the border and half here."

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