Pakistan will reportedly be releasing Indian Army Sepoy Chandu Babulal Chohan as a "goodwill gesture", who inadvertently crossed the Line of Control on September 29, 2016, soon after the surgical strikes.
Chohan is scheduled to cross the Wagah-Border, Punjab, at 3pm, following which he'll be debriefed and will undergo a medical examination.
Indian government has been making efforts to get him back ever since.
Pakistan to return Indian soldier Chandu Babulal
21 Jan 2017
Pak releases Indian soldier who crossed LoC
Pakistan releases Sepoy Chandu Chavan who had inadvertently crossed the LoC last year.
Chavan was released in the afternoon via the Wagah border. The Ministry of External Affairs said that he will be debriefed by authorities and will undergo a special medical check up as well.
Pakistan stated that it had released Chavan as a "goodwill gesture" towards India.
26 Jan 2017
Indian soldier returned in 'traumatized, incoherent' condition
Authorities revealed that recently released (from Pakistan) Indian soldier Chandu Chavan was "traumatized and incoherent" when he was released.
They said he didn't know that he was back in India and needed help even to walk.
He would reportedly be taken back to his unit in Poonch for de-briefing.
Authorities said Pakistan may have waited for his torture-wounds to heal before returning him.
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