Two Pakistani students detained in Britain on false charges of hatching a terror attack plot reached here Thursday morning. According to sources, Muhammad Omer Sharif and Muhammad Rizwan Sharif reached Lahore from Manchester. Talking to newsmen at the airport, Omer and Rizwan said they were investigated by hundreds of policemen during his detention but the British authorities failed to prove any charges leveled against him. They said they were treated as 'habitual criminals during their detention, adding that the British government tried its best to create such circumstances, which forced the students to decide themselves leaving Britain. Omer termed the detention of Pakistani students in Britain a matter of shame for the nation. British police on terror charges detained both students four months ago in London along with seven other students of Pakistani-origin. However, the authorities were failed to present any solid evidence against the detainees and forcibly extradited them to Pakistan.