Pakistani teenager mistakenly enters India, sent back

According to the officer, Mohammed Hyder, 16, had entered Indian territory from near the Rorawali post at around 4 a.m. "On seeing a boy coming from Pakistan side, we immediately challenged him and he surrendered to us. During his questioning, we found him innocent and informed the Pakistan Rangers," the BSF officer said.

"Hyder is a resident of Golmandi in Lahore. He was repatriated from the same point of Rorawali post from where he had entered India."

In normal practice, if any Pakistan national enters India unintentionally, he is handed over to Pakistan Rangers through the Attari-Wagah joint check-post, around 30 km from here.
"The boy was found innocent and he had entered India by mistake. Moreover, keeping in mind his age, we decided to send him back through the Rorawali post," said the BSF officer.
Meanwhile, senior Pakistan Rangers officers are coming to Amritsar Monday for a meeting with their Indian counterparts.

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