Sunday, April 18, 2021

Pakistan Hands Over Body Of Dead BSF Trooper To Indian Officials

Pakistani authorities have handed over the body of a Border Security Force (BSF) jawan to the Indian officials, said an Inter-Service Public Relations press statement on Tuesday.

According to Army’s media cell, the Indian BSF soldier Sub-Inspector Paritosh Mondal drowned while crossing ‘Aik Nullah’ along the Working Boundary in Jammu and Kashmir.

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The body of the deceased soldier swept towards the Pakistani side, said the Inter-Service Public Relations in a statement.

The ISPR further said that the Indian BSF requested Pakistan Rangers for search of the body. Pakistan Rangers Punjab undertook a search operation, recovered the body and handed over to the Indian BSF today as per the military procedure, added the ISPR.

 

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