23 Pakistani cricket fans crossed over to India

In the last two days nine Pakistani cricket fans have already arrived for the match.
With smile on their faces, all Pakistan cricket fans including females crossed over to international border while carrying the national flag.

"Most of the Pakistani nationals were unhappy due to checking of traveling documents by Indian officials at Attari border as it was time consuming," said a Pakistani fan Yawar Ali.
Mushtaq Afridi, the brother of Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi was forced to go through tough experience when Indian Custom and Immigartion department found him without ticket for the match.

Mudasar Khan, a Pakistani fan during his arrival in border, said that Pakistanis were coming to watch live fight between the two nations since it had already created huge curiosity among cricket fans on both the sides.

Director Pakistan Schools, Sahida Begam said, "It is a sign of deep love between the masses of two nations since the curiosity to see the result of match has left everybody restless on both sides."

She added: "Not only Indian and Pakistani people are curious, the whole world is curious to watch the semi-final. The interesting factor is that Prime Ministers of both the nations will be present there and it would promote good feeling among the masses of both the nations."

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