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BSF plays Bajrangi Bhaijaan, helps 5-year-old deaf Pakistani girl return home

Think Change India
9th Mar 2016
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Border Security Force (BSF) Jawans recently played real life ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ to a 5-year-old deaf Pakistani girl by handing her over to Pak Rangers. The girl was identified as Liva Bibi (5), daughter of Allah Ditta. She hails from Sadiq village in Kasur district, located close to the Khemkaran sector in Punjab, reported Daily Bhaskar.

Image: The Indian Express
Image: The Indian Express

Liva Bibi who crossed over into the Indian territory in Punjab’s Abohar sector, was handed over to the Pakistani Rangers by the BSF. This came after the BSF jawans found the girl in Natha Singh Wala Border Outpost area along the international border. “At about 10.30 am, BSF troops of border outpost Natha Singh Wala, Abohar sector, apprehended a girl while she inadvertently crossed International Boundary, entered inside Indian territory and reached near border security fence,” said BSF DIG RS Kataria.

“During questioning, the Pakistan girl was found to be deaf and mute since she could not reveal her name. She inadvertently came inside the Indian territory and was apprehended by alert BSF troopers. Pakistan Rangers were contacted and the girl was handed over to them at 2 pm on humanitarian grounds,” he added. According to Inspector General of BSF, Punjab Frontier, Anil Paliwal, it was only during the course of investigation that the BSF personnel found that the girl was mute and deaf. The girl failed to respond to any of the BSF’s queries, stated India Today.

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