Humanitarian gesture: Army has returned a PoK boy who had crossed the Line of Control

After crossing the Line of Control (LoC) into Indian territory, Indian authorities returned a young man to Pakistani authorities at Teethwal crossing point on Wednesday. On April 5, a group of Pakistani youth unintentionally crossed the Line of Control and arrived in India's Karna in Kupwara from Pakistan. As a humanitarian gesture, the security forces handed the youth over to Pakistani rangers at the Teethwal crossing point. He was also given clothes and sweets in exchange. After mistakenly crossing the international border (IB) and reaching India's Barmer sector, the Border Security Force (BSF) handed over an eight-year-old boy to Pakistani rangers last week.