Bajrangi Bhaijaan all over again, 8-yo Pakistani boy enters India


Team Udayavani, Apr 4, 2021, 10:54 AM IST

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An eight-year-old Pakistani boy accidentally entered the Indian territory at the Barmar border in Rajasthan. He was safely handed over to Pakistani rangers by the BSF on April 2.

Karim entered the Indian border at about 5 pm on April 2. He is the son of Daman Khan, a resident of Ngarparkar District in Pakistan. The Border Security Force soldiers offered him food before handing him over to the Pakistani rangers.

Contrary to this, a young man from the Barmer region who had accidentally crossed the border has been lodged in a Pakistani jail for the past several months. Gemararam has been lodged in a Pakistani jail for the past six months for accidentally crossing the border. He had accidentally crossed the barricades of Pakistan and was caught by Pakistani rangers.

Incidents of people crossing over the India-Pakistan border are often reported from Rajasthan and Punjab. Oftentimes people who have crossed over into the Pakistani territory end up being sent months or years in Pakistani jails.

 

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