Indian and Pakistani border guards exchange greetings
On the occasion, Indian and Pakistani border guards exchanged greetings and sweets along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir`s Poonch district and on the Attari border in Punjab.
Looking relaxed, they shook hands, wished each other and exchanged pleasantries.
Pak Rangers Wing Commander Adnan and BSF DIG B Joseph exchanged sweets on the Attari-Wagah border, some 28-km from holy city Amritsar in Punjab.
The boxes, containing sweets and fruits, were nicely decorated.
The flag meeting at Chakan-Da-Bagh crossing point in Poonch was held in a cordial atmosphere, officials said.
Pak troops had violated truce nine times this month along the LoC and the Internation Border in Jammu division.
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