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Boy’s body floats to India from PoK; Army breaks protocol to return it

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Indian Army broke protocol on humanitarian grounds to return the body of seven-year-old boy from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir, who floated in a river to J&K’s Gurez. Fearing the body would decompose, Indian and Pakistani Armies met in Gurez instead of official exchange points like Teetwal, which is 200 km away. The officials reportedly navigated through minefield area to reach the meeting point.

 

 

The family learnt of the boy’s death after the boy’s picture went viral on the social media in Jammu and Kashmir. “My only appeal to people of India is to help in returning the body of my son. I will be indebted. Our¬†Army¬†chief should also play a positive role,” Sheikh’s father Nazir Sheikh said in a video posted online.

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