Pakistan Rangers hand over Indian girl to BSF
Bikaner: The seven-year-old girl, who inadvertently strayed into the neighbouring country from a village near Indo-Pak border was handed over to the BSF by Pakistani Rangers in a flag meeting on Monday.
The girl was handed over in a flag meeting at BSF outpost and her father identified the minor, a security force official said.
Pooja was playing near her father`s farm, which is close to the international border and crossed over to Pakistan on March 29, the BSF official said.
Footmarks suggested that she entered into Pakistan territory following which BSF informed their counterpart in the neighbouring country and the flag meeting was arranged.
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