India not releasing three Pakistani youth who mistakenly crossed border
NAROWAL (92 News) – India is not ready to free three Pakistani youth who mistakenly crossed the border near Narowal due to unclear border identification.
The Indian Army continues its rigid attitude despite the court’s order and keeping the three boys in prison for seven months.
A 16-year-old boy had come to Narowal to attend a wedding in Mattey village when he went out of the village for recreation with two friends. They accidentally crossed the border and entered India. Since then, the three boys are under the Indian Army.
The Indian soldiers uploaded their pictures on social media and started investigation.
According to the family of the boys, a court, considering them innocent, had ordered to immediately release them but the Indian Army is not ready to free them despite the passage of seven months.
The parents and relatives of the victims are worried and look forward to the release of their loved ones while Pakistani authorities have not take any step to corporate with them so far.
Talking to 92 News, the family demanded of the government to assert pressure on India to release their sons.