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On way to meet Pakistani 'girlfriend', Maharashtra man detained near Kutch border: Police

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On way to meet Pakistani 'girlfriend', Maharashtra man detained near Kutch border: Police

On way to meet Pakistani 'girlfriend', Maharashtra man detained near Kutch border: Police

A man from Maharashtra's Osmanabad was arrested by the Border Security Force (BSF) in Kutch after he was trying to cross over to Pakistan on bike to meet his lover, said police.

Parikshita Rathod, Superintendent of Police, Kutch East, said, "Through Osmanabad Police, we received primary information that the man was in contact with a girl on Facebook where he became friends with her.

And to meet her, he was about to cross from Ran."

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