This is a purely a propaganda stuff.
If the Pakistan Army is so kind, why does it allow US drones to continue killing
men, women and children?
The Army, I repeat, is a mercenary army. It receives money from Washington
and allows American agents to run amok with the lives of ordinary
Political parties, after the elections, should demand closure of American
bases in the country. It should also stop the supply lines to NATO occupying
forces in Afghanistan.
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Subject: [pakthinktank] Fwd: Indian girl who strayed into Pakistan, sent back with new dress, candies: Report by Indian media
http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-04-02/jaipur/38216977_1_pak-rangers-pakistani-rangers-bsf-officialsGirl strayed into Pakistan comes homeTNN Apr 2, 2013, 03.03AM ISTJAIPUR/BIKANER/JAISALMER: A seven-year-old girl, PoojaMeghwal, who strayed into Pakistani territory on Friday while grazing cattle was handed over to BSF officials by Pakistani Rangers on Monday evening. The girl is hale and hearty and returned with new dress, footwear and candies offered by Pakistani Rangers. Soon after getting the custody of Pooja, the BSF authorities took her to a hospital at an Indian post in Bikaner. The doctors found her in good health."We have also intimated her family members and will try to hand over her today itself," said a senior officer of BSF. BSF authorities were in touch with Pakistani Rangers since Friday and had several rounds of flag meetings to get her back. BSF officials said they were waiting for the flag meeting since morning. "The meeting started in the evening when a commandant from their side and a commandant from our side participated in the meeting. They handed over the girl to us at 7.30 pm and we have given her custody to the local police ," said a BSF officer.Pak rangers gave her a new dress"The girl was smiling and was seen in a new dress given to her by Pakistani Rangers," a BSF officer said.Babu Lal Bishnoi, deputy superintendent of police, Bikaner, said: "The Rangers handed over the girl to BSF officials at 7.30pm while we got her custody by 8.45 pm. The girl told us that she was offered timely meal, candies, new footwear and a new dress by Pakistani Rangers. A woman officer was also deputed by them to take care of her," Bishnoi added. Pooja had crossed the international border and entered Pakistan through a damaged fencing near 43KYD village in Bikaner on Friday.Intruder sent back to PakistanA 45-year old Pakistani intruder who had entered into Indian border from international border Pakistan from a border post near Govardhan border in Sriganganagar district was handed over to Pakistani rangers in a flag meeting with Pak rangers on Monday evening.Azam(45), a resident of Kiladidar of Apsahbad tehsil of Gujarwala district in Punjab state of Pakistan had entered into Indian territory on March, 10. Immediately after it Pak rangers were informed and they confirmed him to be their citizen."During the interrogation, he told that he had entered into the Indian border by mistake. After all security and intelligence agencies inquiring him, no objectionable thing came in front and on Monday during the flag meeting, he was handed over to the Pak rangers," said an official.Indian girl who strayed into Pakistan, sent back with new dress, candies: Report by Indian mediaApril 2, 2013A seven-year-old Indian girl who had strayed into Pakistan was given a new dress, footwear and candies before the Rangers handed her over to Indian authorities, reported Indian news agency TNN on Tuesday.The girl, Pooja Meghwal, had strayed into Pakistani territory through a damaged fencing near 43KYD village on Friday while grazing cattle. She was handed back to Indian Border Security Force (BSF) on Monday in "good health", the report said.
BSF officials told TNN that authorities from both the countries had been holding several flag meetings since Friday for the girl's return. An officer said that the girl "was smiling and was seen in a new dress given to her by Pakistan Rangers (border para-military)"."The girl told us that she was offered timely meals, candies, new footwear and a new dress by Pakistani Rangers. A woman officer was also deputed by them to take care of her," the report quoted DSP Bikaner Babu Lal Bishnoi as saying.