LAHORE (Agencies) Pakistan's Federal Investigation Agency has returned the passports of runaway wicket-keeper Zulqarnain Haider's wife and children but refused to give reasons as to why they were stopped from boarding a flight to England, where the controversial cricketer has taken refuge. "They have told us nothing. They just say they have got orders not to let us travel to the United Kingdom even though we have valid visas and travel documents," Zulqarnain's wife Shazia told reporters after meeting FIA officials. Zulqarnain's wife and two daughters were prevented from boarding a flight to London early Saturday morning by FIA officials at the Lahore airport and told to contact the British High Commission in Islamabad and the PCB. Shazia said there appeared to be no legal reason for stopping them to travel to London.