BSF hands back 3-year-old Pak boy who accidentaly reached border in Punjab
The Border Security Force (BSF), on Saturday safely handed over a 3-year-old Pakistani boy to his family who had accidently reached the International Border (IB) in Punjab.
- A 3-year-old Pakistani boy accidently reached the International Border (IB) in Punjab on Friday
- An immediate flag meeting was sought with the Pakistani Rangers
- BSF safely handed over the boy to his family on Saturday
A 3-year-old Pakistani boy, who accidently reached the International Border (IB) in Punjab, has been handed over to his family by the Border Security Force (BSF), officials said on Saturday.
The incident was reported in Ferozepur Sector of the state at around 7 PM on Friday when the BSF troops noticed a child crying near the IB fence. The child kept crying and calling “papa, papa”, following which the BSF field commander sought an immediate flag meeting with the Pakistani Rangers so that he could be handed back, they said.
The child was shortly handed over to the Rangers in the presence of his father, the officials said.