Samjhauta Express carried 138 passengers who face custom and immigration clearance at Wagah border

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LAHORE: The Samjhauta Express prepare amongst India and Pakistan, by means of Attari in Punjab, left from Lahore to New Delhi on Monday after powers permitted its operation, the Pakistani media reported the train on Monday morning carried 138 passengers who face custom and immigration clearance at Wagah border.

The Indian authorities said the operation of the train service was delayed on Sunday due to "track disruption because of labour issues".However, the Pakistani authorities cited the reason as security issues due to protests in Amritsar.

The Indian Railways conveyed to Pakistani side that the service would not be operated on Monday as per its regular schedule, said reports.Pakistani powers were apparently informed that the Indian Railways permitted the operation as it was persuaded the circumstance was under control and the train would not be undermined.

The Samjhauta Express is a twice-week after week prepare that keeps running on Tuesdays and Fridays

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