ISLAMABAD: India will hand over two Pakistani schoolboys arrested last year for their alleged involvement in Uri attack to Pakistan on Friday.
The Indian agencies have cleared the two school boys. The boys are from Azam Kashmir.
On September 18, 2016, unknown attackers attacked an Indian army’s brigade headquarters in Uri, Indian-occupied Kashmir (IoK.
India, maintaining its traditions, had once again put the blame on Pakistan without even preliminary investigations held.
The boys, Faisal Hussain Awan and Ahsan Khursheed, residents of a village in Azad Kashmir, were picked by Indian Army after the strayed into Held Kashmir. The Indian Army blamed the boys of facilitating the Uri attackers.
The Indian National Investigation Agency absolved the two teenagers of charges of involvement in the attack, after six months of investigations.
The boy will be handed over to Pakistani authorities today at Wahgah. Pakistan Embassy has issued travel documents to the boys. The mother of Ahsan Khurshid reached Wahgah to receive his kid.