India exchanged sweets with Pakistan on I-Day despite a spike in terrorist attacks

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India exchanged sweets with Pakistan on I-Day: A senior Border Security Force (BSF) official said sweets and pleasantries were exchanged between the BSF and Pak Rangers at four meeting points along the 200-km-long international border in the Jammu region on the occasion of Pakistan I-Day.

India exchanged sweets with Pakistan on I-Day
India exchanged sweets with Pakistan on I-Day

Amid terrorist activities and the infiltration of armed terrorists from across the border, India and Pakistan on Saturday embarked on a sweets-mission on the Indo-Pak border to mark Pakistan’s Independence Day.
“The Indian Army and the Pakistan Army exchanged sweets on Wednesday at the Line of Control at Poonch-Rawalkot crossing point and at the Mendhar-Hot Spring crossing point in Poonch district,” the defense spokesperson said.

“Wishes and wishes of peace and harmony have been conveyed to the Pak Army representatives from the Indian Army. This gesture is appreciated by both the Armed Forces and is expected to further promote goodwill and mutual trust,” he added.

A senior Border Security Force (BSF) official said sweets and pleasantries were exchanged between the BSF and Pak Rangers at four meeting points along the 200-km-long international border in the Jammu region on the occasion of Pakistan I-Day.

“Today, Pak Rangers and BSF exchanged sweets from Kathua to Akhnoor on the 200 km long Indo-Pak international border on the occasion of Pakistan Independence Day,” BSF Jammu border DIG SPS Sandhu said.

The sweets exchange program took place at Chamliyal, Chinese and Octroy posts. At the Octroi post, Pak Rangers officer Ashiq drove towards him.

This is the second time that sweets have been exchanged between countries on a Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) convoy since the Pulwama terror attack on February 14, 2019, in which 40 CRPF personnel were killed.

On July 21, the two countries embarked on a Swiss mission on the Indo-Pak border to celebrate Eid-ul-Adha.

On August 10, Director General of Police (DGP) Dilbag Singh said, “After a brief silence following the renewed treaty agreement between the two DGMOs on February 25, infiltration into Jammu and Kashmir has resumed” and “there are still terrorist camps on the border” intact. “

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