Burney asks India to release Pak boy
KARACHI: Chairman of Ansar Burney Trust International and former federal minister for human rights, Ansar Burney has requested the Indian government to release a Pakistani boy who mistakenly crossed the border.
In his letters to the Indian external and home ministries, Ansar Burney said the 13-year- old Kashif is missing since September 18, 2011, says a press release.
Burney also requested the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi to issue travelling papers to a prisoner boy, hailing from Okara. He said Ansar Burney Trust International is ready to bear all expenses in this regard.He said Kashif crossed the Kasur border mistakenly, where he was arrested in Hussainwala village in the Indian Punjab and now lodged in the child care centre in Fareedkot Jail.