Border Security Force (BSF) apprehended a Pakistan national on Monday night after he crossed the International Border and entered the Arnia sub-sector of RS Pura sector in Jammu district.
“At around 10.30 pm on Monday night, BSF personnel noticed a man entering Indian Territory in the Arnia sub-sector. They immediately swung into action and nabbed him,” a BSF spokesperson said.
The individual has been identified as 25-year-old Waris, who lived in a village near Zafarwal Tehsil of Narowal district in Pakistan’s Punjab province.
“During preliminary questioning, he told us that he had a family feud back home and in a fit of rage left the house and unknowingly crossed the border. Various agencies are questioning him,” the spokesperson added.
Waris appears to be mentally stable and nothing incriminating was found from him, he added.
Agencies recovered Rs 250 in Pakistani currency and a tobacco pouch from him.