In a primary since 2019, Pakistan Rangers and India’s Border Safety Pressure (BSF) exchanged sweets on the event of Eid ul Adha on Wednesday.
Based on a report by The Hindu, the custom was adopted beforehand too but it surely was halted by Pakistan after the Narendra Modi-led authorities abolished Article 370 of the Structure which granted particular standing to the Indian-occupied Kashmir.
The sweets had been exchanged between the 2 forces in celebration of Eid on the JCP (joint test put up) Attari in Punjab’s Amritsar district close to the Wagah border, the report mentioned, citing a BSF spokesperson.
Akin to that, Pakistani and Indian troops stationed on the Rajasthan entrance additionally exchanged sweets.
Per the article, the 2 sides additionally change sweets on different events, like Diwali, Independence Day (August 14 and 15), The Republic Day, and BSF Elevating Day on December 1.