ISLAMABAD / MUZAFFARABAD – A sign of well wishes for New Delhi from Islamabad by returning back a 12 years old Indian citizen girl who crossed the line of control by mistake, PakistanTribe received reports of ISPR.
According to Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR) an Indian girl of twelve years crossed the line of control and came into the territory controlled by Pakistan was returned back to Indian government.
Director General Inter Services Public Relation (DG ISPR) said that it was the good will gesture for neighboring state. Here is his tweet
— AsimBajwaISPR (@AsimBajwaISPR) December 29, 2014
Sources told that the girl name was Nasreen who by mistake came into the territorial jurisdiction of Pakistan was returned back at the crossing point of ‘Chakothi’ Muzaffarabad Azad Kahmir.
It is pertinent to mention that bilateral relations of both countries are not good. Last week the clash over the border of Shkargarh and cross firing was the latest incident to show the enmity in relations.
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