India Repatriates Pakistani Intruder After Completion of 10 Years Jail Term
23 November, 2022 | Pranay Lad
A Pakistani individual who had entered India illegally was returned to his country on November 22 across the Attari-Wagah border after serving his 10-year prison sentence.
After serving a 10-year prison sentence, on November 22, a Pakistani national who had illegally entered India was repatriated over the Attari-Wagah border. The Protocol Officer Arunpal has verified the development.
According to Protocol Officer Arunpal, Kala Massi, a Pakistani national, was freed from prison following the end of his sentence, speaking to the media agency. According to Arunpal, Kala Massi is a part of Pakistan’s Narowal province. According to him, Kala Massi entered India without a passport or visa through the Ramdass region in 2011. He added that a weapon and ammo were found on him when he was apprehended in Majitha.
Arunpal claims that the court gave him a 10-year jail sentence as well as a fine of Rs. 2,10,000. “The prisoner who was freed goes by the name Kala Massi, son of Gamma Masi. He is from Narowal, Pakistan, and entered India through the Ramdass region in 2011 without a passport or visa, according to Arunpal.
“A handgun and ammo were found on him after he was captured in Majitha. After a FIR was filed against him, the court handed him a term of 10 years in jail and a fine of Rs. 2,10,000. After serving out his sentence, Kala Massi was granted freedom.
Pakistan is where he is being sent. No cash was found on him, the source continued.
“He got to India through the Ramdass region on May 9, 2011,” Kala Massi claimed when speaking to the news organisation. I took part in smuggling. They took a firearm and Rs. 10 lakh from him. Faisal Sheikh was the one who used to send me to India. “I previously travelled to India with him two or three times,” he said. I am going back to Pakistan after a 12-year absence. I spent time in the old prison and then the prison at Pratappur. I’ll stop participating in smuggling. He asserted that residents of Pakistan and India must coexist.
An officer at the border claimed that earlier in July, India returned four Pakistani detainees who had served their sentences here across the Attari-Wagah border in Amritsar. According to Protocol Officer Arunpal Singh, FIRs were filed against the four Pakistani convicts who entered the country illegally through various districts. After serving their time in jail, they were freed.
“They had smuggled themselves into India. After serving their term, they are freed. They will be given to the Pakistan Rangers after the paperwork is completed “said Arunpal Singh.