Two Pakistani schoolboys, who were arrested last year for their alleged involvement in Uri attack, have been transferred to the Amritsar Attari border, where they have been received by officials of the Pakistan High Commission, sources informed.

After completion of immigration, the boys, named Faisal Hussain Awan and Ahsan Khursheed, will return to Pakistan via the Wagah Border, where they will be handed over to Pakistan Rangers by officials of the Pakistan High Commission.

Parents of both boys have reached the Wagah Border and are waiting anxiously to be reunited with their children.

Faisal Hussain Awan and Ahsan Khursheed, who lived in a village in Azad Kashmir located at an hour’s walk away from the Line of Control, were picked by the Indian army after they had strayed across the border on September 21, last year.

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