Two detained Pakistani students have returned home on Saturday after the British authorities agreed to drop deportation charges against them. Abdul Wahab Khan and Shoaib Khan have left Manchester by a regular PIA flight (PK 702), which landed in Lahore early Saturday morning. The pair, who were among ten Pakistani students arrested in a terror raid in April across north west England. As no evidence was found, the charges were dropped. Last month Special Immigration Appeals Commission turned down their bail applications with the final hearing set for March 10 next year. Disappointed Wahab and Shoaib then decided to return home voluntarily as they found remaining incarcerated for ten months under unpleasant circumstances difficult. The two students expressed their unhappiness with the facilities in place in prison and with the approach of Ramazanul Mubarik. Earlier, another student Tariq-ur-Rehman returned to Pakistan in early June after deportation charges were waived. Two students Janas Khan and Sultan Sher have been released after the Home Office withdrew deportation charges.