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Jodhpur News: The security agencies have raised concerns over the disappearance of a suspected youth in Jaysandhar village of Barmer. It is feared that the young man entered the Pakistani border by evading everyone. The Pak Rangers have denied any involvement in the flag meeting between the two countries’ military officials. In this regard, BSF intelligence agencies and local police have intensified their search and are searching for the suspected youths.

According to the information received, a young man was spotted at Joy Sindh in Kesar Aari village of Baram, which turned out to be suspicious. The locals also spoke to the young man, where he described himself as a resident of Pratap Nagar area of ​​Jodhpur, but according to the villagers, the tone of his words made him look like he was from Bihar. According to Prabhuram, a police officer on Gadara Road, the youth reached Jayasandhar station as soon as he was informed, but went missing after evading the villagers. The villagers said that the youths reached Jayasandhar station by bus. Searched but not yet found. The search is still ongoing.

The Rangers were asked about the suspected youths at a flag meeting between the Pakistan Rangers and the BSF, but they denied infiltration, the BSF said. The distance from Jasindhar station village to Manabao border is about 10-15 km. According to sources, around 11 pm, the agency and police officials reached Jasindhar to pick up the suspect, but by then the youths had fled in the dark. The youth was seen at Jayasandhar station on May 21. It is feared that the youth reached the border by rail and entered Pakistan from there. Security agencies have been conducting a series of searches since the report was released, but no specific details have been released.

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