Leh woman’s body found in Pak, being handed over via Karnah Kupwara

Leh woman’s body found in Pak, being handed over via Karnah Kupwara

 

Kupwara, Sept 12: Body of a woman from Leh was recovered by officials in Pakistan in an area opposite to Karnah sector along the Line of Control in this frontier district.

The body of the woman would be handed over by the Pakistan army to their Indian counterparts along the Karnah sector, the officials told GNS.

The woman has been identified as Khair-un-Nissa daughter of Mohammad Ibrahim of Turtuk Leh. She had drowned near her residence on August 26 this year, the officials said. She was identified through pictures shared by the Pakistani officials to concerned quarters here, they added.

A police officer told GNS that the body is being handed over to army by Pakistani rangers near Karnah today itself. (GNS)

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