Pakistan returns bodies of two JK citizens

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Srinagar: The Pakistan Rangers has handed over the bodies of an Indian woman and her young son who jumped into the Chenab river in Jammu region almost a month ago and were washed away, officials said on Sunday.

The bodies of Anita Chaudhary, a resident of Kalsiyan in Rajouri district, and her son Arun Kumar, aged around three years, were given to the Border Security Force (BSF) on Saturday night.

A senior police officer told IANS here that the bodies were later handed over to the brother and other relatives of the dead lady.

The woman reportedly jumped into the river in Akhnoor area on April 28 with her son Arun. The reason for the apparent suicide was not immediately clear.

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