(HRNW): Pakistani citizen was shot dead by Indian Border Security Force (BSF) in Kasur, after he reportedly crossed the border without his knowledge. According to the details provided of the incident, the Pakistani citizen, identified as Iqbal Ejaz, was a shepherd by profession, and he was grazing his cattle in Bhaki Wand area of Kasur. He accidentally crossed the border by mistake and was immediately shot dead by Indian BSF personnel.
Typically when such an occurrence happens, the suspect is first given a notice that he or she has traversed to the neighboring wide open and that the individual ought to backpedal. The BSF is just permitted to make such uncommon strides if the other individual neglects to go along.
In the wake of shooting Ejaz, the BSF faculty even brought his body with them and did not return it. The Pakistani Rangers considered the episode and dissented firmly against it. After dissenting, the BSF gave back Ejaz’s body, which the Rangers gave over to his relatives.
The terminating is an open infringement of the late choice which occurred as an aftereffect of talks between the Pakistan Rangers and India’s BSF. The discussions occurred amid a two-day half-yearly meeting between the Pakistani Rangers and BSF on July 19 and 20. Amid these gatherings, matters identified with fringe administration are talked about and thought.
After the late infringement of the concurred terms, the Rangers authorities have requested assembling of a banner meeting.