India (India) and Pakistan (Pakistan) are taking steps to improve relations with each other. Brigade Commander Ster’s flag meeting was held to resolve disputes at the Poonch-Rawalakot crossing.
Brigadier Commander level meeting held between India and Pakistan
There was a Brigadier Commander level meeting between India and Pakistan today. The Indian Army has given this information. Flag meeting of Brigadier Commander Ster of India and Pak Army was held at Poonch-Rawalakot crossing today. Discussions were held on the implementation of the agreement of DGMO DGMO level meeting and to reduce the tension on the boundary (LOC). According to the sources, last month, the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of the two countries issued a joint statement, suddenly announced a ceasefire along the Line of Control.
At the same time, an eight-member team of Pakistan for the Indus River Water Dialogue, under the leadership of Indus Water Commissioner Syed Mehr-e-Alam of Pakistan, is holding talks in New Delhi with their counterparts in India. Recently, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa also said in a statement that both countries should forget the old things and move forward. It is being told that last month, a meeting was held to understand the reach between the two sides to follow the 2003 ceasefire agreement.
There will be no shortage of troops on the Indian border
According to the information, the situation on the Line of Control LOC has been peaceful in the last one month. Indian Army Chief General MM Narwane said that not a single shot has been fired on the LOC so far in March. Officials however said despite the ceasefire being implemented, there would be no shortage of troops along the Indian border. An army officer said, “The deployment in Jammu and Kashmir can be reviewed based on the current situation.”
Earlier, on Tuesday (23 March), Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a letter congratulating Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on the occasion of Pakistan’s National Day. Prime Minister Modi wrote in his letter that India-Pakistan wants friendly relations with the people. For this, a terror-free environment is very important. At the same time, in the discussion between the Director Generals of Military Operations (DGMOs) of India and Pakistan last month, the two sides decided to implement the 2003 ceasefire agreement to maintain peace on the borders.
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