Pak hands over boy after 15 days


Srinagar: A class 8th student who had inadvertently crossed over to Pakistan administered Kashmir (PaK) some 15-days ago was today handed over to officials of this part of Kashmir during a meeting between civil administration officials, Army and Pak Rangers in Tanghdar sector on Friday.
Azad Ahmad Raina  son of Mohammad Younis Raina of Mathrayian Nayagabra, Tanghdar who had inadvertently crossed over to PaK 15-days ago, official sources said.
Today afternoon, the officials from civil administration headed by SDM Tanghdar, army officers and Pak Rangers today held a meeting at 3:30 at Teetwal crossing point, they said.
During the meeting the Pak Rangers handed over the boy to the officials of this part, they said.
While confirming the incident, a police officer told GNS that a message was received from the Pakistan Army along with a request for a Flag meeting so that the individual could be repatriated.
“The flag meeting was held at the Teetwal Crossing Point today in the afternoon and the boy was handed over to their family after conducted all legal formalities,” he added.

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