BSF repatriates Pak nationals arrested on IB in Samba

GJ Report
Jammu, Jun 16: The troops of Border Security Force have repatriated two Pakistani national arrested from along international border in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir.
“Adopting a humane approach, BSF authorities on Saturday handed over two Pakistan national to Pak Rangers at Suchetgarh border, who inadvertently crossed over the International Boundary on Friday night,” official spokesman here said.
He said that on the night intervening, two Pak national, who crossed over the International Boundary in Samba area were apprehended by alert troops of Border Security Force.
“During preliminary questioning they revealed their name as Sohal and Ahmed, both residents of village Chamman, Sialkot, Pakistan,” he added.
The spokesman said that it came out that they inadvertently crossed the International Boundary due to slight lesser knowledge of that particular patch.
“On being approached by Pakistan Rangers at Suchetgarh border, maintaining humane approach, the strength of our sovereignty and integrity, BSF handed over the both Pak national to Pakistan Rangers,” he asserted.