Indian authorities hand over 2 students after they mistakenly crossed LOC


MUZAFFARABAD: Indian authorities have handed over two Kashmiri students to Pakistan army who had mistakenly crossed the Line of Control (LoC).

The students were returned at Chelhana crossing point in Tetwal sector. Azad Kashmir authorities, students’ relatives and police officers were also present on the occasion.

Both the students crossed LoC at Neelum valley at entered Indian occupied Kashmir on May 23. They were kept in Indian amry’s cutody for six days.

14-year-old Wasalat and Iftikhar belong to Samari Tarban Jora village of Neelum valley. The parents expressed their gratitude for the Pakistan army and government for making effort in rescuing their children.