Jaisalmer, June 2: Pakistani rangers have caught the person who had trespassed into their country but are neither handing him over to BSF nor giving any details about him.
According to sources, a labourer, Prasanjeet Singh Sarkar, resident of Navada (west Bengal), working at a construction site near the international border adjoining Ganganagar, on Monday, had crossed over to Pakistan by jumping over the fencing from BSF border check post 7H.
BSF has written a strict protest note to Pak rangers demanding the return of the man, but to no avail.
The border force in this regard, had a flag meeting with Pak rangers and requested them to handover the person. Sources said 3-4 such meetings have taken place over the issue. In these meetings, BSF has been told that the person has been caught, but no information is being given on his whereabouts.
Sources said if Pakistani rangers do not hand over the person in the next 3-4 days, then this issue will be raised at a high-level bilateral meeting.