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Published: Wednesday 08 November, 2017


BSF returns runaway Pakistan boy carrying photos of Bollywood stars Jodhpur: A Pakistani son, Who ran away from his home after being beaten by his father for not doing his homework and had accidentally crossed over to this side of border, Was on Sunday paid by BSF to Pakistani rangers. 13yearold Nadeem Mehar, A person of Bahawalnagar Nike Tiempo Legend VII FG Football Boots in Pakistan, Was returned by BSF to their cousins at the border in Anoopgarh sector. The BSF's a positive manner gesture comes close on the heels of the return of sevenyearold Rajasthani girl Pooja Meghwal, Who had mistakenly strayed into Pakistan and returned wearing new clothes, Shoes provided by Pakistani Rangers earlier in April 2013.



Mehar had inadvertently crossed over the meeting place border and had entered Indian territory on late Saturday evening after having a tiff with his father. A BSF official said that the boy had crosed over to Indian acreage from the sensitive Kailash Border OutPost of Ghaggar basin, Which have a forest cover. "We immediately informed the Pakistani Rangers about this violation of the sanctity of unusual boundary not very far from Pak Rangers Observation Post Saturday evening, Said the state. The boy supposedly admitted to have left the home in rage after beaten by his father for not doing his homework. His Nike Tiempo Legend VII FG father had compelled him to work in the farming farm. "He could not keep his sentiments in balance and headed inadvertently to the border and crossed it, Said the state adding that only after he was detected by BSF, He realised that he was browsing Indian Territory. He said that nothing objectionable was found from his closet. "He was carrying some images and photos of bollywood actors, Said the state. For last one year, More than 12 Pakistani nationals including kids and women have been paid to Pakistan Rangers by BSF in Sriganganagar Sector.

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