Hamid Ansari, the Indian national who spent almost 6 years in Pakistan for illegally entering the country has some advice for youngsters. Talking to India Today, he said:

Never fall in love on Facebook. I learnt this lesson that one should never hide anything from their parents, even if they scold you. I should have never been swayed by emotions. There is a legal process for everything and I should have followed it.
Source: Times Of India

Hamid had gone to Afghanistan for a job at Kabul airport in 2012. During this time, he befriended a girl on Facebook and allegedly entered Pakistan illegally to stop her 'forced' marriage.

Source: India Today

However, he was arrested by the authorities before he could see her. According to reports, Hamid never got a chance to meet the girl he entered Pakistan for.

Source: Hindustan Times

In a separate report by Hindustan Times, Hamid explained his plans for the future and how he was treated in jail.

During the interrogation, I was tortured and my retina was torn. One can’t expect to be treated well in a prison. I am thinking I should approach Aamir (Khan) for a movie to be made on me. I want to celebrate with my family, after that I will start looking for a job and only then will I marry and settle down.
Source: Indian Express

Having lost all hope of his return, his family can't believe that he is back. Talking to Hindustan Times, his brother said:

First two days we didn’t even believe that he was back, we would touch him every now and then to make sure that he is back.
Source: Hindustan Times

Hamid came back to India on December 18, and upon crossing the border, he kissed the Indian soil.

He spent almost 6 years in Pakistan jail on charges on the charges of espionage and was released after efforts from the Ministry of External Affairs, headed by Sushma Swaraj.