An eight-year-old Thari boy who had crossed into Indian border mistakenly was returned back to his village. The Pakistani border security forces on the request of one Rahim Dino Sand, the father of Karim Dino, talked to the counterparts in India and requested them to hand over the boy to them. It was quite a stressful time for the family and the relatives.
The father said that his eight years old son was facing some mental disorders and crossed the international border mistakenly. The boy who is a resident of village Vaorri, Chhachhro taluka of Tharparkar district lost his way and mistakenly crossed Indian border on April 2 and was returned to Pakistani officials the very next day , without much ado.
The officials when contacted confirmed the return of the boy to his village on Monday and said that Indian forces who took him in their custody released him and handed over to officials of the 31 Wings of Qasim Rangers. The father in his written statement said that his son had no torture marks and thanked the Pakistani officials for the immediate release of his son.