Pakistani woman gave birth to a child at Attari border
The couple named the newborn 'Border'.
A couple stranded on the Attari border for the last 70 days gave birth to their child on 2 December. Due to the birth of the child on the border, the couple named the newborn 'Border'. Nimbu Bai and Balam Ram, residents of the Rajanpur district of Pakistan's Punjab province, have been living on the border with other Pakistani nationals for several days.
Lemon Bai went into labor on 2 December. According to the news of India Today, seeing the woman in labor pain, many other women from nearby Punjab village reached for help in delivery. Apart from other facilities, the local people also made medical arrangements for the mother and child. Nimbu Bai and Balam Ram told that due to the birth of a child on the Indo-Pak border, they named their child as Border.
The woman's husband told that he and other Pakistani nationals had come to India pilgrimage but due to lack of necessary documents, they all got stuck at the border. Of the 97 people living here, 47 are children. Six of these children were born in India and are less than a year old.