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Indian and Pakistani troops exchange sweets at different border outposts on Diwali

The Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers exchanged sweets and shared pleasantries on Diwali.

By wasmulhaq 
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Jammu: Generally, the relationship between India and Pakistan remains on the dagger’s edge. The security forces of both nations are always ready to exchange fire on the border.

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It seems things are changing. Rare news emerged from the Indo-Pak border on the occasion of Diwali. The Border Security Force (BSF) and Pakistan Rangers exchanged sweets and shared pleasantries on Diwali along the 198-km long international border in the Jammu region on Monday, said officials.

The atmosphere was cordial. “Security guards of both countries exchanged sweets at different border outposts (BOPs) on the Jammu frontier in a pleasant atmosphere,” said a BSF officer.

He added that BSF Jammu troops gave sweets to the Pakistan Rangers and they also responded with the same gesture.

The exchange of sweets took place along the BoPs in Samba, Kathua, RS Pura, and Akhnoor.

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The officer informed that BSF always tries to spread love and peace to create an atmosphere of peace at the border while dominating it effectively.

Such kinds of gestures will certainly help in building a cordial relationship on the border between both forces, “he said.

 

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