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URI — A man from Uri town of north Kashmir’s Baramulla district surrendered before the Army after crossing back to this side from across the border.

Reliable sources informed that a 36-year-old man from Hatlanga village of Uri in Baramulla had illegally exfiltrated in 2017 and was residing in Pakistan administered Kashmir.

While identifying the man as Shabir Ahmed Chechi son of Ghulam Muhammad Chechi, a resident of Hatlanga Uri, sources said that he returned back to his house on late Tuesday night.

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They said shortly after reaching home, Shabir Ahmed surrendered before 3rd Rajput Regiment of Indian Army stationed at Uri.

Army after questioning, handed over the man to the Police Station Uri. Police sources said the man is still lodged at the police station.

When contacted, a police official declined to comment on the issue, however, he admitted that the man returned back from across the border yesternight and is being questioned.

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