BSF lets Pakistan national, who unintentionally crossed over into Indian territory, return home

The Border Security Force (BSF) today handed over a 15-year-old Pakistan national to the concerned Pakistan authorities after he crossed over to the Indian side by mistake.

In a well-disposed move, the Border Security Force (BSF) today handed over a 15-year-old boy on humanitarian grounds to Pakistan authorities after he strayed to the Indian territory unknowingly.

The boy, Razak Mai reportedly crossed over to the Indian side from Punjab's Abohar sector by mistake.

Mai was apprehended by BSF personnel on Friday, when he crossed over the International Border (IB), BSF spokesperson RK Kataria (Punjab Frontier) said.

Up till now in 2017, the BSF has handed over six more Pakistan nationals who had crossed over.

With inputs from IANS

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