Pakistan intruder shot by BSF

Rangers deny intrusion, refuse to take back body

Pakistan intruder shot by BSF

Ferozepur, May 3

The BSF have shot a Pakistan national in the Khalra area of Tarn Taran district along the International Border.

Sources in the BSF said on the intervening night of May 2 and 3, personnel of the 103 Battalion observed some suspicious movement inside the Indian territory.

The BSF troops challenged the intruder but he failed to respond and was subsequently shot. On search, some Pakistan currency was recovered from the spot, said BSF officials.

Later, the BSF officials approached the Pakistan Rangers, asking them to take back the body. However, the Rangers denied any such intrusion and refused to take back the body. Later, the body was handed over to the police at Khalra for legal formalities. — OC

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