PoK boy crossed LoC, sent back home with gifts

PoK boy crossed LoC, sent back home with gifts
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Jammu: An 11-year-old boy from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) who had inadvertently crossed the Line of Control (LoC) but were soon caught by the Indian Army last week was sent home with gifts and sweets. Defence spokesman said Mohammed Abdullah son of Sarfaraz resident of PoK inadvertently crossed over the de facto border. He was handed over to his parents on Wednesday.

The Armymen deployed on LoC caught the boy on June 24 and handed over to Jammu Kashmir police. Keeping in view the age of the boy he was sent home. Abdullah was given a set of new clothes and sweet box. The boy was handed over to his parents in the presence of Pakistani army.