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Pakistan holds Indian consignment at Wagah border

By NewsGram Staff Writer

New Delhi: Just before the talks between Pakistani Rangers and BSF was about to kick start, reports unearthed that the Muslim nation withheld a consignment of household items for four Indian diplomats at Wagah border.

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Despite India’s effort to retrieve the consignment, Pakistan hasn’t received the consignment yet. According to reports, India has written to the Pakistan Foreign Office on several occasions regarding the stuck consignments.

Officials have said the issue will be deliberated during the talks between BSF and Pakistani rangers. The issues discussed during the talks would essentially cater to ceasefire violations along the international Border in Jammu. The meeting would take place on Thursday.

The delegation attending the meeting will include 16 Pakistani member delegation.

With inputs from IANS



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