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58 permits cleared for Cross-LoC bus service
POONCH, July 5: After a gap of one month, Regional Passport Authority Jammu today issued 58 new permits to persons willing to visit Pakistan Administered Kashmir (PAK) in weekly bus service.

Official sources said that a fresh list of 58 persons was issued by Regional Passport Authority Jammu today in which permits were issued under order number POJ/IP-LOC/2013/06 and one older permit was renewed.

Munir Jan, wife of Mohammad Zunaib whose permit was cleared while interacting with KTNS said that she had applied for permit in 2008-09 and today ultimately she got permit to meet her maternal siblings living there. She said it was the happiest movement for her as she got the permit for PAK. She added that but she will not visit PAK this month as Ramzan is coming and she wish to stay here in this holy month. After Ramzan she will go to PAK to meet her relatives.

Arfan Khan, another person whose permit was cleared today, said it was dream come true for him. “I got this information from you and I am surprised. I thank PAK authorities for clearing my verification. This was not fare that they gave permit to me at that time when Ramzan is coming. My family members are suggesting me not to go there but I decided to go there and celebrate this Eid with my relatives at PAK,” he added.

It is reliably learnt that PAK authorities did not clear the verification of Indian visitors willing to visit PAK that’s why fresh permits were not issued from last many months and early this year PAK authorities gave clearance to few people and Indian Regional Passport Officer issued fresh permits to 58 Indian nationals as their names were cleared by PAK authorities.

News Updated at : Friday, July 5, 2013
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