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Indian Army sends back youth to Pakistan who crossed LoC accidentally

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Indian Army sends back youth to Pakistan who crossed LoC accidentally

Indian Army sends back youth to Pakistan who crossed LoC accidentally

Indian Army repatriated a youth to Pakistani authorities who inadvertently crossed the Line of Control (LoC) and entered into Indian side in Kupwara area on the night of April 05.

The youth identified as Mausam, was kept under surveillance with due care by the Indian troops.

Pakistani authorities were informed about him.

The youth was presented with clothes and sweets on his return on April 07.

On humanitarian grounds, Indian Army has always been prompt in various similar incidents in past.


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