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Indian soldiers and Pakistani army gave sweets to each other on the LOC, the neighboring country is celebrating Independence Day today

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On Saturday, August 14, Pakistan is celebrating its Independence Day. On this occasion, Indian and Pakistani army exchange sweets near the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. Indian Army personnel present sweets to Pakistani Army personnel in Tangdhar sector near Chilihana Tithwal crossing point in North Kashmir’s Kupwara district. Giving information about this, the army officer said that ‘On August 14, the Indian Army showed warmth and gave sweets to the Pakistani Army near the Chilihana Tithwal crossing point. Wished him a Happy Independence Day and also gave him many good wishes. This move of the Indian Army shows that it is willing to maintain peace along the LoC.

On behalf of the Indian Army, it has been said that India has been making efforts for years that its relations with the neighboring country Pakistan remain strong. For this, he always warmly welcomes them on such special occasions and hopes that these noble deeds of his will keep peace on the border.

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The official said that the people here openly appreciate these steps of the Indian Army. Especially the people living in the villages around the LoC praise the efforts of the Indian Army. This positive effort by India also proves to be very helpful in maintaining peace on the border between the two countries in future.

Apart from the LoC, the Pakistan Rangers and the Border Security Force (BSF) also exchanged sweets along the Attari-Wagah border on the occasion of Pakistan’s Independence Day. Many officers and jawans of BSF and Pak Rangers were present on this occasion. It is noteworthy that there is a tradition of BSF and Pak Rangers to give sweets to each other on various occasions. However, at times this tradition has been interrupted due to the tension between the two countries. In the year 2019, due to the tension between the two countries due to the Pulwama attack, there was no exchange of sweets.

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