Army Sends Out Back Young Boy Who Crossed Line Of Control As Pak Repatriates Indian
The kid was instantly offered with clothing, food, shelter, the Army stated
Poonch, Jammu and Kashmir:
Indian Army on Friday managed the repatriation of a young boy who had accidentally crossed over from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).
Pakistan also returned an Indian nationwide, who had accidentally crossed over to PoK in the Poonch sector.
The Army stated in a press release that 14- year-old Ali Haider, from Mirpur district in PoK, had actually accidentally crossed over to India in Poonch district of Jammu and Kashmir.
” The boy appeared innocent and was right away offered with clothes, food and shelter by the Indian Army,” the release stated.
It stated a demand was made on January 3 to Pakistan authorities for his repatriation on humanitarian grounds.
The Army said that Pakistan authorities were also advised of India’s earlier request to repatriate an Indian boy called Mohammed Bashir who had actually unintentionally crossed over to Pakistan from the Poonch sector on December 24, 2020.
” The Pakistan authorities finally accepted the proposition on January 6,2021 With the assistance of Jammu and Kashmir Authorities and civil administration, Ali Haider was repatriated to Pakistan via Poonch Rawalakot crossing point. Pakistan Authorities likewise handed over Mohammed Bashir after 16 days of remaining in Pakistan custody,” the release stated.
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