Pakistan Army assured it has Indian soldier in its custody


The Pakistan Army has claimed that it has taken 22- yr old Indian Soldier into custody from around two weeks with 37 Rashtriya Rifles at Mendhar along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

On Thursday, Pakistan Army confirmed that it has abducted Indian soldier from last two weeks.

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The name of soldier has been revealed as Chandu Babulal Chavan. He crossed the Pakistani side with his rifle at around noon on September 29.

On September 29, Lt General Singh told Pakistan Army about Chavan, sources said.  The Indian Army alleged that Chavan was not involved in the surgical strikes.

Thursday's affirmation by Pakistan has now raised trusts that Chavan will be come back to India through existing instruments.

At Chavan's town in Maharashtra's Dhule area, family and companions began gathering at his grandparents' living arrangement when they came to think about the most recent advancement. "We have awesome confidence in the administration's affirmation that Chandu will be brought home safe," said a companion of the family.

Two weeks prior, not long after Chavan's family had been educated that he may been caught by the Pakistan armed force, his grandma Lilabai endured a heart failure and passed on in Jamnagar, Gujarat, where she was going by her other grandson, Bhushan Chavan, who is with the Maratha Light Infantry.

Lilabai, 65, and her better half Chinda Dhondu Patil Sonawane had raised the two young men in Borvihir town after the siblings lost their folks at a youthful age.

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