Mentally Imbalanced Person Crossed Border, To Be Returned From Pakistan
| Wednesday | 21st July, 2021
A man who was unstable went missing for five months in Madhya Pradesh.
Madhya Pradesh man who was an unstable man, who went missing five months ago unknowingly crossed the border to Pakistan, he is supposed to return to his village in Madhya Pradesh`s Khargone district this week, the police said on Tuesday.
Bel Singh, a resident of Nalwat village under Bediya police station of the district, will be handed over to his family at the Rajasthan border and reach his home in a couple of days, senior cop Jitendra Singh Pawar told PTI.
Pakistani security personnel had handed Mr. Singh over to their Indian counterparts on Saturday and his family will leave for Kesrisinghpur in Ganganagar district of Rajasthan to bring him back, the official said.
Mr. Singh, who is mentally unstable, had gone missing on several occasions in the past, but used to return home after some days, he said.
When he went missing around five months ago and didn`t return home, his family lodged a missing person`s complaint at the local police station, he said.
Later, the Border Security Force (BSF) informed that Singh had crossed the border to Pakistan, following which his family members spoke to him through a video call to ascertain his identity, the official said.
Meanwhile, local MLA Sachin Birla said he found out that Mr. Singh`s family was facing financial difficulties in bringing him back to the village, so he has arranged for a vehicle to bring him back.
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