Published: February 11, 2020 10:38:34 pm
A PAKISTANI NATIONAL has been apprehended by a patrol party of the Border Security Force (BSF) after he allegedly crossed over to the Indian side of the Indo-Pakistan international border near Khadir island in the Great Rann of Kutch in Kutch district but nothing suspicious has been found so far, police said on Tuesday.
An official release issued by the frontier headquarters of the BSF in Gujarat on Tuesday identified the Pakistani national as one Shaoib Ahmed, son of Dilawar Khan. The BSF said that Shoib, who is a resident of Shahnawaz Bhutto Colony in Karachi, was apprehended by a patrol party near border pillar No.1024/3s near Indo-Pakistan border fence at 7 am on Monday. “During search, nothing suspicious has been recovered,” the release said, adding that Shoib was found to be carrying Pakistani Rupees 450, two plastic water bottles, around 150-gram sniffing powder and some personal clothing.
After primary questioning, Shaoib, 38, was handed over to Khadir police station of…