Army plays hero, facilitates return of young boy to his motherland


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A young boy who had gone missing from his house in Saria village, Jhangar from 14th of this month had inadvertently crossed over into Pakistan territory is now coming back home. The Indian army, upon being told that the boy crossed over mistakenly, approached Pakistan on humanitarian grounds. Indian army spoke to the Pak army and ensured that the young boy  crosses back to India from Uri Command check post.  The return marks yet again the prompt action of the Indian Army to heed to calls of distress from its people.  The boy at present is being moved to his village.