AMRITSAR: Six days after Pakistan declared the resumption of Afghan fares to India through the border of Attari-Wagah to encourage travel exchange, the main transfer of goods traveled to India on Saturday in two trucks. All Conventions related to the covid-19 were followed. "On Saturday two licorice trucks (mulethi) entered the Integrated Check Post (ICP), Attari," a senior customs official said in Amritsar, outside media detailed.
"We had data that seven-eight trucks of Afghan products were going to enter India, and we had made game plans as needed," said a senior authority from India 's Land Port Authority (LPAI), which is directing the ICP issues.
League of Karyana and president of the Dry Fruit Association, Anil Mehra, said, "Pakistan has deliberately made obstacles to India in the Afghan fare.
In the most recent seven-day stretch of May, after a two-month long rest, Indian specialists allowed Afghan fares. Additionally , the Government of Pakistan has not allowed development Fringes with Afghanistan on merchandise from Pakistan's Chaman and Torkham. Exchange is a casualty of Pakistan 's modest legislative issues. "The ICP generally sees an annual exchange of around Rs 7,000 crore and Rs 1,000 crore with Afghanistan and Pakistan, individually.Mehra included that Pakistan should also consider opening exchanges with India from the Wagah fringe other than allowing the free passage of Afghan fares to India. Since the annulment of Article 370, which gave unusual status to Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan had suspended exchanges with India and halted the Samjhauta Express tasks.
ISLAMABAD: India has acknowledged Pakistan 's proposal for Second Consular Access to Indian Government operative Kulbhushan Jadhav.
They said that the Indian Charge d'Affaires visited the Foreign Office today to pass on New Delhi 's recognition of the offer.
Kulbhushan Jadhav, a RAW operator, is likely to be granted second consular access today.
Talking at a question-and - answer session on 8 July, Deputy Attorney General Ahmed Irfan and Director-General of South Asia and SAARC Zahid Hafeez Chaudhry said that Islamabad offered to help orchestrate the legitimate portrayal of an Indian government agent.
Pakistan has repeatedly maintained contact with the Indian High Commission in Islamabad to launch an inquiry into Jadhav 's sentence, Chaudhry said, requesting that New Delhi obey proper legitimate technique and assisting Pakistani courts in ensuring the implementation of the International Court of Justice 's judgment.
LAHORE: At least 82 Pakistani nationals who have been abandoned in India because of the novel covid-19 will return home on 9 July.
As indicated by the strategic authorities, the Indian Ministry of the Interior has allowed Pakistani residents to leave India, in line with the Pakistani Government Office in New Delhi.
As indicated in the letter, 82 Pakistani nationals from Indian urban areas including New Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat , Madhya Pradesh and Haryana will arrive in Attari, India, in the morning of 9 June. The outskirts of Wagah Attari will rarely be opened for the arrival of the abandoned Pakistanis.
The Pakistani consulate gave the Indian Ministry of Home Affairs a rundown of its residents.
Pakistani nationals returning from India will be tested by Covid-19 and placed in isolation.
On Wednesday, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi warned India not to launch any attacks on Pakistan, saying that if New Delhi embarks on any "misadventure," Islamabad would respond with full force.
In his remarks telecast by Geo TV, Qureshi said India was planning an attack on Pakistan to deflect attention from a recent fatal clash between India and China in a disputed Himalayan area that killed nearly 20 Indian troops. On Monday, Chinese and Indian army commanders decided to disengage their forces in the troubled region.
Qureshi ” says India was attempting to "find excuses for a false flag operation" toward Pakistan, after being beaten and "embarrassed" by China in the Himalayan incident.
"there was no doubt about what India is trying to do," said the foreign minister. "so what ever India does, it will end up receiving an in-kind response."
In a sign of increased conflict between Pakistan and India a day earlier, Delhi asked Islamabad to reduce the amount of its diplomatic staff in India by half within seven days after criticizing its High Commission (HC) staff of spying.