A low-positioning official of the Indian armed force sent in involved Kashmir coincidentally arrived in Pakistan a week ago in the wake of slipping in day off, Times revealed.
The official, recognized as Havildar Rajendra Singh Negi, was on watch obligation in the Gulmarg zone of Indian involved Kashmir (IoK) when the ‘mishap’ happened, the production said.
Negi’s family was left dispossessed after his significant other, Rajeshwari, got a telephone call from the trooper’s unit disclosing to her that Negi was missing and may have wound up in Pakistan, as indicated by Khaleej Times.
The oppressed family has requested the Indian government to guarantee his sheltered and early return.
Pakistani specialists have not yet remarked on the issue or recognized that the fighter is in their guardianship.
As indicated by the Indian Army, a hunt and salvage activity is in progress and “all endeavors” are being made to bring Negi back, the paper detailed.
Negi, an occupant of Ambiwala Sainik Colony in Dehradun, had joined the 11 Garhwal Rifles regiment in 2002. He had landed in Dehradun in October and was presented on the frigid territory of Gulmarg in November.