Uri man who crossed LoC in 2017 surrenders on return

BARAMULLA: A man from border town Uri in north Kashmir’s Baramulla district had crossed the Line Of Control (LoC) around three and half years ago and was living in Pakistani Administred Kashmir (PAK) return to his home and surrender before the army and police on Wednesday, a senior police officer said. He said that Shabir Ahmad Chachi 34 son of Gulam Mohammad Chachi a resident of Hathlanga village of Uri was crossed the LoC in 2017 and since then he was living in PAK, however on Tuesday late evening he again crossed the LoC and returned home, on Wednesday morning he surrender before the army and police.
The officer said that as per primary investigation nothing was recovered from the said person.
However a case under relevant sections of law and further investigation is on. Hathlanga is among the few villages in border town Uri, who are living across a fence installed by the Indian army prior to actual Line of Control, it has two gates entry and exit points for the village where Indian forces are deployed and after proper check up they allowing civilian to enter or exit in the village.

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