Monday, May 9, 2011

Pak returns Indian intruder

JAISALMER: In a rare case, a man who sneaked into Pakistan from Indian territory through the international border in Sriganganagar on Friday night was handed back to the BSF by Pak Rangerson Saturday. The BSF claimed that the man had been spotted by Indian jawans and fired at, but he succeeded to trespass. Later he was caught by Pak rangers who interrogated him and handed him over to the BSF.

According to BSF DIG R C Hayani, the man sneaked into Pakistan territory near BSF's outpost Majanu. "He jumped over the fencing. He was spotted by BSF jawans who fired a few rounds at him after issuing a warning, but he ducked the bullets," said the officer.

He added that on hearing the firing, the Pak Rangers also spotted the man and caught him. "A flag meeting was held in the morning in which Pak Rangers agreed to hand over the man to BSF," said the officer. "He is acting like a mentally challenged person and expressing ignorance about everything. He has yet not told us his name," said the officer.

It is rare that the two countries hand over intruders.

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