Pak boy escapes from juvenile home in Jammu Kashmir

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Srinagar: The Jammu-Kashmir Police Monday launched a massive search operation for a 16-year-old Pakistani boy who escaped from a juvenile home in R S Pura town, The Indian Express reported.
According to the report the boy has been identified as Ashfaq Ali, son of Malik Hussain, a resident of Doonga Pehli in Pakistan-administered-Kashmir’s Bhimber tehsil. He was apprehended by government forces in Nowshera when he crossed over the Line of Control in May 2017. As nothing incriminating was seized from him, he was later shifted to a juvenile home in R S Pura.
Quoting sources the report said that he escaped on Sunday after breaking the iron grills of a window on the rear wall of the home. The police have raided many places along the international border in R S Pura.