ammu, Jul 1 (PTI) Army personnel today sent back two Kashmiri youths, who allegedly went to Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) for arms training, so that the duo could return through a proper procedural channel. Nazur Hussain and Farooq Ahmed had crossed to the Indian side via Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch district's Nagarkote forward belt around 0530 AM, a senior army official told PTI. The duo, who had apparently returned after hearing the state government's rehabilitation plan, were asked to come back through the right procedure, he said. It has been "verified" that they had crossed to PoK for arms and militant training along with a group of recruits of Lashker-e-Tioba (LeT) in 2001, he said. In 2009, Jammu and Kashmir government formulated a plan for the rehabilitation of Kashmiri youth from PoK who had crossed over for arms training.