Indian army arrests Pak soldier in Jammu & Kashmir

According to fresh news, a Pakistani Army jawan was arrested by the Indian Army who crossed over to India of the Line on Control [LoC] in Jammu & Kashmir.

Reports have said that he is identified as Aarif Ali, 19-years-old and was nabbed from Kirnia village in Poonch sector close to the LoC.

He further told India Army that he belongs to the Charli Company of 22 Frontier Force of the Pakistani Army and was deployed at Saifullah-2 post near the Indian border.

Moreover, at the time of Ali’s arrest, he was carrying a civilian Identity card, two SIM cards issued by two Pakistan-located mobile company and Rs 13,300 Pak currency. No weapon was found from him, and in fact, Aarif Ali is carrying a leave certificate issued by Frontier Force.

Ali told India Army that he is not happy with lack of electricity cut and proper ration in his country. He said his father name if Bashir and lives in Qwetta.

Some news agency said that he has sought asylum in India, but some said he will be sent back to his country.

Official statement on this is still awaited.

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