Few days ago, Indian army sent back an 11 year old boy named Mohammad Abdullah who had accidentally crossed the border and had reached Jammu and Kashmir’s Poonch district. He was kept in the district for 4 days till the formalities were not completed, and after 4 days he was sent back to his country with a box of sweets and some new fresh clothes. He was confined in Degwar area of Poonch district and was soon handed over to the Jammu and Kasmir police department. The spokesperson said, "Abdullah has been released on humanitarian grounds, owing to his young age and to boost the confidence building measures between India and Pakistan." He was sent back to the country at the Chakan Da Bagh after the police had done their required formalities that were involved in the process. Another source said, "The Indian Army stands by its ethos of being a humane force and maintains sensitivity while dealing with innocent civilians." Seeing the past of both the nations, the countries have had discussion over smoothing the procedure of sending back the fishermen back to their countries who by accident cross over from both the nations. Khwaja Asif, Pakistan Foreign Minister, said that the nations have decided to agree to the request of exchange of three categories of prisoners, women, disabled prisoners who need special attention and old prisoners above the age of 70 years. Now it will be intersting to see what turn do the relations between the two nations take after this act of humanity by the Indian Army and the Police Department.