Indian youth entering Pakistan illegally held


Cholistan Rangers on Sunday arrested an Indian youth and registered a case against him under the Foreigners Act, 1946 for illegally entering the Pakistani territory from the state of Rajasthan.
Rangers then handed over 17-year-old Bapan to Islam Garh police station in Rahim Yar Khan.
17-year-old, Bipin, son of Matla, who hailed from Rajasthan, India, was taken into custody for illegally entering Pakistan. According to First Information (FIR) registered at Islamgarh police station in Khanpur, Bipin failed to produce valid travel documents during interrogation.
Indian currency notes were also confiscated from Bipin, the police said and added that further investigation from the Indian national was underway.
In August, last year, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) personnel conducted an operation near Lari Adda area of the city and arrested an Indian national residing in the area.
According to deputy director FIA Amir Nawaz, Pancham Tiwari is a resident of the Indian city of Banaras (Now known as Varanasi) and entered Pakistan illegally ten years ago and had been residing in the country ever since.
Amir Nawaz informed that Pancham Tiwari and Kamran, a resident of Gujranwala, became friends in 2009 after which Tiwari entered Pakistan illegally and managed to get a National Identity Card under a pseudonym.