Nothing incriminating was found on the man, a BSF official said (Representational)
The BSF Sunday handed over a Pakistani intruder, who had inadvertently crossed over to the Indian territory, back to the Pakistani Rangers, officials said.
The BSF had apprehended Hanif, a resident of Village Rattanwala in Kasur district on Saturday.
BSF officials said Hanif was found roaming near the border out post (BOP), Maboke, around 5 pm.
During the search of the Pakistani national, a necklace and soap was recovered but nothing incriminating was found, they said.
Later, a flag meeting was held on request of Pakistani Rangers at BOP Maboke following which Hanif was handed over back to them after the completion of necessary formalities, they said.