FAISALABAD   -  The presence of Pakistani students in Faisalabad has flopped Indian propaganda of projecting them as terrorists on Ganda Singh border. The photograph of Tayyab and Nadeem at the border badly frightened Indian government.

The Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) and police officers portrayed both the students as militants and pasted their pictures on every wall of the city.

The Delhi police, while issuing an advisory, further asked the people to keep a lookout for them.

On the other hand, Pakistan has confirmed that the youth projected as terrorists by India are students at a seminary in Faisalabad.


The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested seven human traffickers' and recovered passports, visas, CNICs and other documents from their possession here on Monday.

The FIA spokesman said that taking notice of surge in human trafficking incidents, operations were conducted against the culprits in different areas of Faisalabad.

He said that during the operation, seven accused of looting innocent people in the name of sending them abroad were apprehended with passports, visas, CNICs and other documents.

The FIA took the recovered material into custody and the detainees were being interrogated after registration of cases against them at the FIA police station.