Two Pak prisoners to be handed over to Pak Rangers
Jaislamer, June 29 (UNI) Two Pakistani infiltrators, who were languishing in jail here for long, will be handed over to Pakistan Rangers on Friday.
Jail sources said Zahur Husain, 24, of Kherpur in Pakistan and Babadin, 52 from Balochistan, have been taken to Atari on the borders of Punjab, from where they will be handed over to Pakistani Rangers.
These two prisoners were arrested for illegal infiltration into India and have been languishing in jail even after their sentences got over.
They were released from jail on the orders of home ministry and will be handed over to Pakistan officials on Friday.
At present, two more Pakistanis, two Bangladeshis and one Nepali are still in Jaisalmer jail.
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