Gujarat: Pakistani national held for entering India illegally

DN Bureau

A Pakistani national was apprehended from Kutch district of Gujarat for illegally entering India.

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Bhuj: A Pakistani national was apprehended from Kutch district of Gujarat for illegally entering India, the Border Security Force (BSF) has said.

A BSF team held the man at 3.30 am on Friday, as soon as he sneaked into India, it said.

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"The man, identified as Tajgi Meghwal (28), a Pakistani Hindu, was apprehended from the Indo-Pak border near the border out post (BOP) called 'Jairaj' in Kutch district," the BSF said in a statement issued on Friday night.

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During his initial questioning, it came to light that Meghwal was from Kasba village in Nagarparkar taluka of Tharparkar district in Sindh province of Pakistan. He was found carrying a comb, a forceps clip and clothes, it said.

After the questioning, he was handed over to Balasar police station in Rapar taluka in the district, the BSF said. (PTI)

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