Indian officer slips in snow near border, ends up in Pakistan

Rescue operations are underway from India's side to recover their 'slipping' soldier.


Negi, a resident of Ambiwala Sainik Colony in Dehradun, joined the 11 Garhwal Rifles regiment in 2002. He was posted to the snowy area of Gulmarg in November.

The incident has left Indian soldier’s family frightened. Attempts are being made to rescue him and take him back to India safely. According to Khaleej Times, Indian Army Havildar Rajendra Singh Negi’s allegedly slipped in the snow at Gulmarg, Jammu and Kashmir, during duty and ended up in Pakistan.
The incident has left Singh’s family in tears. Negi’s wife Rajeshwari received a call from his unit on 8th January, informing her that he is missing. It was later found that he slipped in snow, accidentally crossing the India-Pakistan border in Kashmir.

His family has requested the Indian authorities to make urgent efforts and bring him back to his homeland from Pakistan. The Army sources, as quoted by Khaleej Times, say that a rescue operation for Negi was underway and attempts were being made to bring him back.

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  • And when he will be returned then Indian will start shouting…see power of India… See power of Modi bla bla

  • I think thora wait kerwana chaheyay and we should interrogate the officer properly plus we should tag him before releasing him.

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