Two Indians, one of them from Hyderabad, has been arrested in Pakistan by Cholistan police when they tried to enter the country illegally, without proper documentation, visa or passport. The law enforcement agencies have filed a case against the two Indian men, named Prashanth and Vari Lal, from Hyderabad and Madhya Pradesh respectively.
Prashant Vaindam, a software professional from Hyderabad, who went missing about two years ago, was arrested by Pakistan police for allegedly entering into their country illegally. Another person, identified as Vari Lal, hailing from Madhya Pradesh, was also arrested. Two Indians were arrested reportedly on November 14, close to a desert in Pakistan's Bahawalpur district.
The district cops have recorded a video with Prashanth and released it. In the video Prashanth after requesting to speak in Telugu said, 'Everything is OK here. They have brought us from the police station to the court and will soon send us to prison. The Indian embassy will disclose further details once we go to jail. It is a possible jail period of one month but I can get bail, I can soon interact with you all', said Prashanth