India repatriates Pakistani intruder after 10 years jail term


A Pakistani national who entered India illegally was repatriated through the Attari-Wagah border on November 22 after he served his 10-year jail term. The development has been confirmed by Protocol Officer Arunpal.
Speaking to the press, Protocol Officer Arunpal said that the Pakistani national who has been released from prison after completing his jail term is Kala Massi. Arunpal said that Kala Massi belonged to Pakistan’s Narowal region. He said that Kala Massi entered India through the Ramdass area in 2011 without a passport or visa. He also claimed that he was apprehended in Majitha and that a pistol and cartridge were recovered from him.According to Arunpal, the court sentenced him to 10 years in prison and imposed a fine of Rs 2,10,000 on him. “The name of the prisoner who has been released is Kala Massi, son of Gamma Masi. He is from Pakistan’s Narowal, and he entered India without a passport or visa through the Ramdass area in 2011,” Arunpal said.
“He was rounded up in Majitha, and a pistol and cartridge were recovered from him. A police report was filed against him, and the court sentenced him to ten years in prison and fined him Rs 2, 10,000. Kala Massi has completed his jail term and has been released from prison. He is being sent to Pakistan. No currency was recovered from him,” he added.
Earlier in July, India repatriated four Pakistani prisoners who had completed their imprisonment.