BSF hands over Pakistan intruder who crossed over inadvertently: officials

10 September 2018, 09:23 AM
BSF hands over Pakistan intruder who crossed over inadvertently: officials (File Photo- PTI)
BSF hands over Pakistan intruder who crossed over inadvertently: officials (File Photo- PTI)

The BSF on Sunday handed over a Pakistani intruder, who had inadvertently crossed over to the Indian territory, back to the Pakistani Rangers, officials said.

The BSF had apprehended Hanif, son of Allahadin, a resident of Village Rattanwala in Kasur district on Saturday.

BSF officials said Hanif was found roaming near the border out post (BOP), Maboke, around 5 pm.

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During the search of the Pakistani national, a necklace and soap was recovered but nothing incriminating was found, they said.

Later, a flag meeting was held on request of Pakistani Rangers at BOP Maboke following which Hanif was handed over back to them after the completion of necessary formalities, they said.

First Published: Monday, September 10, 2018 09:15 AM
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