The two Pakistani girls crossed the border

The two Pakistani girls, who inadvertently crossed the border from Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch area in the Indian border, have been deported from Chakan Da Bagh crossing point today.

It is to be known that on Sunday, the army caught these two girls of PoK entering the Indian border from near Sarla post in Khari sector of Poonch district. Both were severely questioned after being caught.


Military spokesman Lt Col Devendra Anand had said that two girls of Pakistan-occupied PoK had inadvertently crossed the border and entered Poonch in Jammu and Kashmir.

The two Pakistani girls crossed the border
The two Pakistani girls crossed the border


The military spokesman had said that the two girls were identified as Laiba Jabbar age 17 years and Sana Jabbar age 13 years, village Abbaspur tehsil forward Kahuta. The army exercised complete restraint to protect the two girls from any harm and they were sent back on Monday.