March 20, 2023

Bel Singh had gone lacking on a number of events up to now. (Representational)


A 35-year-old mentally unstable man, who went lacking 5 months in the past and inadvertently crossed the border to Pakistan, will return to his village in Madhya Pradesh’s Khargone district this week, the police mentioned on Tuesday.

Bel Singh, a resident of Nalwat village beneath Bediya police station of the district, will probably be handed over to his household at Rajasthan border and attain his residence in a few days, senior cop Jitendra Singh Pawar informed PTI.

Pakistani safety personnel had handed Mr Singh over to their Indian counterparts on Saturday and his household will go away for Kesrisinghpur in Ganganagar district of Rajasthan to convey him again, the official mentioned.

Mr Singh, who’s mentally unstable, had gone lacking on a number of events up to now, however used to return residence after some days, he mentioned.

When he went lacking round 5 months in the past and did not return residence, his household lodged a lacking individual’s grievance on the native police station, he mentioned.

Later, the Border Security Force (BSF) knowledgeable that Singh had crossed the border to Pakistan, following which his members of the family spoke to him via a video name to establish his id, the official mentioned.

Meanwhile, native MLA Sachin Birla mentioned he came upon that Mr Singh’s household was going through monetary difficulties in bringing him again to the village, so he has organized for a car to convey him again.

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