India frees 4 Pak men detained for illegally crossing border

India has freed four Pakistani men who were detained for illegally crossing the border, officials said on Tuesday.

Lahore: India has freed four Pakistani
men who were detained for illegally crossing the border,
officials said on Tuesday.

The men, belonging to Shakargarh town of Narowal
district, 80 km from Lahore, were handed over to the Pakistan
Rangers.

The men - Muhammad Shoaib, Muhammad Zohaib, Muhammad
Aadil and Muhammad Aslam - inadvertently crossed into India
from Ikhlaspur village over a week ago.

The freed men told reporters that Indian security
forces arrested them and took them to a check post, where they
were interrogated for a few days.

They were then handed over to Pakistani security
forces yesterday, they said.

PTI

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