Jaisalmer : Border crossing resulted in stranded situation for Pakistani boys who moved beyond the line and then got back home. Three Pakistani boys who had crossed over into India apparently while looking for their missing cattle were today handed over to Pakistani Rangers.
The three boys, aged between 12 and 14 years, who had crossed over with the cattle grazing over the grass terrain, were handed over to Pakistani Rangers in a flag meeting held this evening, BSF Inspector General (Rajasthan) B R Meghwal said.
The boys were apprehended on September 22 by Border Security Force here after they crossed over into India while looking for their missing cattle. When it got proven that it was not a deliberate attempt, they were restored back to normalcy.
They were sent back after questioning, by the officials, who got convinced and returned them home. The IG also said directions have been issued for a probe to find those responsible for the entry of the boys into the country.