For the primary time after the 2019 Pulwama assault during which 40 CRPF group of workers had been killed, India and Pakistan on Wednesday exchanged chocolates to mark Eid-ul-Adha at more than a few issues alongside the Line of Control and International Border in Jammu and Kashmir.
These ceremonies are noticed as an enhanced confidence-building measure amid the marked decline in hostilities alongside the LoC and IB ever because the ceasefire settlement in February.
Army PRO Lt Colonel Devender Anand mentioned each armies exchanged chocolates at Poonch-Rawalakot and Mendhar-Hotspring crossing issues in Poonch district.
Both aspects additionally exchanged chocolates on the Teethwal crossing bridge and Kaman Aman Setu at Uri within the dual North Kashmir districts of Kupwara and Baramulla, respectively.
The BSF and Pakistani Rangers additionally exchanged chocolates alongside the International Border in Hiranagar, Samba, Ramgarh, RS Pura, Arnia and Pargwal sectors in Jammu department.