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Pak Army hands over Indian boy who crossed LoC inadvertently

Pakistan Army on Tuesday handed over a 13-year-old boy to Indian authorities after he had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control.



Islamabad: Pakistan Army on Tuesday handed over a 13-year-old boy to Indian authorities after he had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control.

Manzar Hussain, a student of class 8 and a resident of Jhanagar village in Kashmir, had mistakenly crossed the LoC in Asal Kass Nullah of Khui Ratta sector on November 14, the Pakistan military said.

He was handed over to Indian authorities at Chakoti-Uri crossing point by military, it said. 

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