Six Pakistanis intrude into India, 1 held
As many as six Pakistanis, including a woman, had succeeded to intrude into the Indian territory from the border here in the wee hours of Thursday morning while one of them was nabbed by the Railway Police Force (GRP) on Friday.punjab Updated: Feb 20, 2015 21:35 IST
As many as six Pakistanis, including a woman, had succeeded to intrude into the Indian territory from the border here in the wee hours of Thursday morning while one of them was nabbed by the Railway Police Force (GRP) on Friday.
As per information, sub-inspector of GRP saw a man with suspicious activities at the railway station, Ferozepur Cantonment, at about 9 pm, following which he was taken into custody. During preliminary interrogation, he disclosed himself as Syed Hussain Khan, 32, son of Mohammad Khan, a resident of Orangi Street, Barmy Colony, Sadar Karachi, Pakistan. He disclosed that five others, including a woman, had entered the country with the help of one Abdul Fazal of Nasir Colony, Karachi, through the Hussainiwala border in Ferozepur on Thursday morning at about 3 am, revealed official sources. However, others managed to escape.
He said they roamed in the town during the day and later in the evening, they came to the railway station. When he went to the washroom of the railway station, he was nabbed by GRP, added sources. A Pak mobile without a sim, an I-card (reportedly in Barmi Language), besides clothes, including of a woman and a kid were recovered from him.
A local court sent him in the police remand till February 25 and on Saturday, he will be sent to the Joint Interrogation Centre, Amritsar, for further investigation.
He was taken to the spot on the border, from where he claimed to have intruded along with others, the reports added.