Intruder shot dead in “no man’s land” handed over to PaK authorities

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Srinagar: The body of an intruder who was shot dead by Border Security Force (BSF) in ‘No Man’s Land’ at Line of Control (LoC) in Dulanja village of this border town of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district was on Thursday afternoon handed-over to Pakistan Administrated Kashmir (PaK) authorities.

“Both armies were in touch with each other and this afternoon the body was handed over to authorities on the other side of LOC via Kaman Post,” SHO Uri, Mohammad Ashraf told a local news gathering agency Global News Service GNS.

The deceased has been identified as Kamran Chack son of Mohammad Nazir, a resident of Bandi Sochian tehsil of district Hattian Bala in Pakistan Administrated Kashmir (PaK).

Ashraf said that a close relative of the deceased from the other side of the border identified the man.

Officials from the police, Army, civil administration and health department were present on the spot.

The intruder was shot dead on Tuesday after Border Security Forces’s Coy/70 Battalion observed an individual moving suspiciously across the fence ahead of own post at Dulanja and was fired by the sentry after ignoring multiple warnings. (GNS)

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