No sweets will be exchanged at borders with India, Pakistan decides
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan has decided not to exchange sweets with India at the borders on the occasion of Eid al-Adha and Independence Day (August 14) following India’s controversial decision to change the constitutional status of occupied Kashmir.
The exchange of sweets and flowers was earlier a usual exercise between Pakistan Rangers and India’s Border Security Force at borders as a part of goodwill gestures.
Pakistan has already limited its diplomatic relations with India after illegal decision by Modi government.
The Indian High Commissioner has already left on the orders of the federal government who has discontinued Dosti (friendship) bus and Samjhota express train service between the two countries.