Two boys sent back to Indian-held Kashmir



Pakistani authorities sent back two Kashmiri youths to Indian officials on Monday, a week after the teenagers had strayed into Azad Jammu and Kashmir from across the Line of Control.

Imtiaz 18, and Saleem 17 were handed over to the Indians during a flag meeting between military officials of Pakistan and India at the Chiliyana-Titwal crossing point, 50km from Muzaffarabad.

Gift boxes, clothes, bags and cricket bats were offered to the young men.

The two, who underwent medical check-up before repatriation, were grateful for hospitality extended by the Pakistani authorities during their stay on this side of the LoC.