Indian Army breaks protocol to return child’s body to Pakistan in a humanitarian gesture


In a touching gesture, the Indian Army on Thursday broke ‘protocol’ on humanitarian grounds to hand over the body of a child to Pakistan along the Line of Control. The child had reportedly fallen into the Kishanganga River in Achoora village on Tuesday, with his mortal remains eventually crossing the border.

The Indian Army troops found the child’s body in a village in Gurez town of Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday.  Following this, the Indian Army informed their counterparts in Pakistan on the hotline regarding the matter.  Read More

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