Pak Rangers DGs to visit India today, hold talks with BSF

After repeated incidents of ceasefire violations, a high-level delegation of Pakistan Rangers is likely to visit India on Wednesday to hold DG-level talks with the Border Security Force (BSF).

Updated: Mar 25, 2015, 03:59 AM IST

New Delhi: After repeated incidents of ceasefire violations, a high-level delegation of Pakistan Rangers is likely to visit India on Wednesday to hold DG-level talks with the Border Security Force (BSF).

The incidents of ceasefire violations in the past months are expected to figure in the agenda of talks for both the countries.

The Pakistani delegation, being led by two Directors General (DGs), is expected to enter India through the land border at Wagah-Attari in Punjab.

The talks will be held from March 25-29 at BSF headquarters in New Delhi.

The Chiefs of Pakistan Rangers Maj Gen Bilal Akbar (DG Rangers Sindh) and Maj Gen Khan Tahir Javed Khan (DG Rangers Punjab) will also be a part of the talks.

The last such talks between the two countries took place in 2013 in Lahore.