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    India377 rebels returned with retinue of 864 from Pakistan via Nepal

    377 rebels returned with retinue of 864 from Pakistan via Nepal


    377 rebels returned with retinue of 864 from Pakistan via Nepal

    Tawi, Jan 12: Government on Wednesday said that 377 rebels, who crossed over to Pakistan side for armed training against have returned from Pakistan via Nepal and Bangladesh since 2010.

    Revealed in a written reply in the Legislative Assembly by government, it said that these ex-militants are not entitled to any benefit.

    “Since, these youth have not returned via approved routes, they are not entitled to any benefit available under the policy of 2010,” the government documents mention.

    “The Rehabilitation Policy of 2010 recognizes four routes for return of ex-militants,” the document mentions. “These routes are JCP Waga/Attari, Salamabad/Chakkan-da-Bagh crossing on Line of Control and through the Indira Ghandi Airport, New Delhi.”

    The documents state that no youth has been able to return via appropriate routes due to “inexplicable reasons and difficulties”.

    The documents revealed that there are still 4088 missing persons in the government records who are believed to be in Pakistan.

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