BHUJ: In a dramatic incident, two infiltrators, one from Pakistan and another from Myanmar escaped from the high security zone joint interrogation centre of Bhuj late night on Wednesday. The duo had been caught in 2001 and 2003, respectively and had been brought to the centre for questioning.
According to information, Misrilal Fakira Bhil, 24, from Pakistan and Yasim Badi Ahmed from Myanmar managed to run away by scaling the wall of the centre with the help of a rope. The authorities came to know of the missing infiltrators on Thursday morning. The Kutch police has sounded a red alert.
This is not the first time that prisoners kept at this high security zone managed to flee with ease. In the past as many as 11 Pakistani infiltrators had also escaped from the jail. Kutch superintendent of police G S Mallik said that necessary actions, including suspension, would soon be taken against the erring officials or guards posted at the JIC situated near Haripar village, about two km from Bhuj.
Sources said that while the Pakistani infiltrator had claimed that he had slipped into India to meet Ajay Devgan in Mumbai, the Myanmar citizen wanted to slip into Pakistan in connection with a job.
Courtesy: Times of India - India