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Pakistan hands over missing Sikh pilgrim to India; after he had gone missing from jattha

The boy Amarjit Singh was part of Sikh jatha that went to Pakistan on April 12 to celebrate Baisakhi.

The missing Sikh pilgrim was deported back to India by Pakistan after he was traced to be enjoying at his Facebook’s friend’s home in Shekhupura.

The boy, a 24-yr-old, was handed over to Border Security Force at Attari border.

The boy Amarjit Singh was part of Sikh jatha that went to Pakistan on April 12 to celebrate Baisakhi.

However, he didn’t return along with jatha on April 22.

A resident of Naranjanpur village near Amritsar, Amarjit was allegedly picked up from the house of his alleged Facebook friend Ameer Razak of Shekhupura near Lahore.

Pakistani authorities handed him over to the BSF at Attari-Wagah border around 4 pm.

Family of Amarjit was waiting for him since morning. He was also questioned by Indian agencies before being released to his family.

Amarjit however was quick to dismiss that he made his friend made a complaint about himself.

He termed it all a major confusion and no conspiracy at all.

He also said that he would continue to be friends with the Pakistani youth whose residence he had been staying.

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