According to media reports, police said the expatriate Lal was mentally ill. About ten years ago, he accidentally moved towards Pakistan on the border of Rajasthan.
Punawasi Lal, a resident of Mirzapur in Uttar Pradesh, has been sentenced to ten years in prison for the mistake. After which he returned to his country. Punabas Lal accidentally advanced towards Pakistan on the border of Rajasthan. On Tuesday, after spending ten years in prison, resident Lal arrived at his doorstep. Back in the country, there is an atmosphere of happiness in the family.
According to media reports, police said the expatriate Lal was mentally ill. About ten years ago, he accidentally moved towards Pakistan on the border of Rajasthan. The Pakistani army then arrested Punabasi Lal. Expatriate Lal was kept in Lahore jail by Pakistan. He was formally charged with entering Pakistan.
Mirzapur SP Ajay Kumar Singh said Powasi Lal had returned to his home after completing all the paperwork. Punabasi was welcomed by his wife, sister and DM Abinash Kumar Singh and SP Ajay Kumar Singh. Attempts to bring expatriates back to India from Pakistan began five years ago.
Punasi’s sister Kiran is said to have identified him from the photo and informed him that he has been missing for 10 years. After searching for the residence of the resettled Lal, the central government started trying to return him. On November 17, 2020, the Pakistani army handed over Punsi Lal to the BSF at the Attari border. Punwasal Lal is a resident of Bhuruhna village of Kotwali Dehat police station in Mirzapur. There has been an atmosphere of celebration in his home since his return home.