Indian Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday extended visa to parents of a juvenile Pakistan national who has been lodged in Amritsar jail since May 2013. Responding to Pakistani author Mehr Tarar, who had tweeted about a Pakistani juvenile incarcerated in an Amritsar jail, Swaraj, in a series of tweets, said that she would extend visa to the family to visit India and identify their son.
“My information is that Master Hammad Hassan went missing in 2013. The juvenile with us was apprehended in 2017. However, if the parents believe that the juvenile we have is their son, we are prepared to give them visa. They may visit India, meet him and confirm for themselves,” she tweeted detailing the author.
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