India-Pakistan border

India-Pakistan border
– photo : file

hear the news

While painting the fence on the India-Pakistan border, an Indian citizen crossed the zero line and entered the Pakistan border. The Border Security Force (BSF) jawans also warned him to stop but he did not stop. On the other hand, Pakistan Rangers have also not handed over that person to BSF, nor did Rangers have any conversation with BSF in this matter. The incident took place near Hussainiwala border on the India-Pakistan border in Punjab.

Gurpreet Singh, commandant rank officer of BSF Battalion 136, said in a complaint to the police that border pillar number-189/04 on the outskirts and Hansa Singh resident near BOP HKT, the marginal village of Tendi Wala (about a hundred meters from the fencing) on ​​the outskirts Was painting the security fence installed.

Also read- Big success: Punjab Police busts ISI-backed terrorist module, two arrested with weapons

He told that after looking here and there, he crossed the zero line and entered the Pakistani border. The BSF jawans warned him to stop but he ignored the warnings of the soldiers and entered the Pakistan border. After entering, the Pakistan Rangers also did not hand him over to the BSF. On the other hand, a case has been registered against Hansa Singh in Firozpur Sadar police station.

Once on a water tank

Village Tendi and the surrounding villagers say that Hansa Singh works as a drummer. He is also mentally disturbed. About three years ago, Hansa climbed the water tank and started abusing the villagers. Village Bhanewala and other village people reached the spot and lured him with love and brought him down from the water tank. He is also said to be addicted to medical intoxicants.

It is discussed that Hansa had told his companions to go to Pakistan three days ago.
There is a discussion among the villagers that three days ago Hansa was asking his companions to go to Pakistan. Hansa is mentally disturbed, so the villagers did not believe him. When Hansa crossed the zero line and went to Pakistan while painting the fence, everyone was surprised. Now many people are saying with subdued tongue that Hansa was talking about going to Pakistan. However, there is no criminal case registered against Hansa.

Expansion

While painting the fence on the India-Pakistan border, an Indian citizen crossed the zero line and entered the Pakistan border. The Border Security Force (BSF) jawans also warned him to stop but he did not stop. On the other hand, Pakistan Rangers have also not handed over that person to BSF, nor did Rangers have any conversation with BSF in this matter. The incident took place near Hussainiwala border on the India-Pakistan border in Punjab.

Gurpreet Singh, commandant rank officer of BSF Battalion 136, said in a complaint to the police that border pillar number-189/04 on the outskirts and Hansa Singh resident near BOP HKT, the marginal village of Tendi Wala (about a hundred meters from the fencing) on ​​the outskirts Was painting the security fence installed.

Also read- Big success: Punjab Police busts ISI-backed terrorist module, two arrested with weapons

He told that after looking here and there, he crossed the zero line and entered the Pakistani border. The BSF jawans warned him to stop but he ignored the warnings of the soldiers and entered the Pakistan border. After entering, the Pakistan Rangers also did not hand him over to the BSF. On the other hand, a case has been registered against Hansa Singh in Firozpur Sadar police station.

,

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.