No change in India-Pakistan visa policy: Shinde
New Delhi: India Thursday said there would be no change in its visa policy with Pakistan, after tempers were frayed over the brutal killing of two army soldiers in Jammu and Kashmir by Pakistan Army troops Tuesday.
"Whatever the (visa) agreement entered into, it will be carried out," Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde told reporters here.
After the gruesome incident, there has been demand from various quarters that India review its visa policy with Pakistan.
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