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Pakistan hands over international smuggler to India

Rangers arrest Indian smuggler during cross border illegal activity

By News Desk

May 25, 2024 09:33 AM


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In a recent anti-smuggling operation, Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) successfully thwarted an attempt by a suspected Indian resident to illegally enter Pakistani territory.
The incident occurred in the border area of Sulaimanki's Nawah Sarianwali, where the Pakistan Rangers apprehended the Indian national who was invovled in cross-border smuggling.
Following standard international border protocols, the Pakistan Rangers handed over the suspected Indian national to Indian authorities without any delay.
This swift action underscores the vigilance and cooperation between the neighboring countries in maintaining border security and adhering to international regulations.
According to the international laws, countries agree to facilitate and accept, without undue or unreasonable delay, the return of individuals convicted of drugs or other prohabited things' smuggling, provided these individuals are nationals of the returning country or have the right of permanent residence there.
And, in cases where convicted individuals lack proper documentation, the country of nationality or permanent residence must issue necessary travel documents or authorizations upon request from the receiving country. This ensures the individuals can travel back and re-enter their home country.
Clear protocols are established for the timely and efficient return of smugglers to their home countries, respecting international legal standards and ensuring safe re-entry.
This international legal framework promotes cooperation among nations to effectively combat border smuggling, balancing enforcement with the necessary administrative and humanitarian considerations.


News Desk


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