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This Eid, Bonhomie Revives At LoC

SRINAGAR: On the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, the tradition of exchanging sweets between India and Pakistan on major festivals like Eid, Holi, Diwali and respective National days was revived and meetings were held at the Tithwal crossing on Kishanganga River in Tangdhar, Kupwara and Kaman Aman Setu in Uri to exchange sweets and pleasantries.

The newly achieved calm along the Line of Control as a result of renewed ceasefire has brought warmth, which has been displayed on several occasions between the two neighbours. Exchange of inadvertently crossed over youths on three occasions in the last two months at the zero line in Tithwal bode well for the future.

India and Pakistan troops exchanging sweets on the day of Eid. This photograph shows the bilateral, engagement somewhere on Aman Setu in north Kashmir on May 13, 2021. Th two sides have revived the ceasefire and stick to it.

Furthermore, the exchange of sweets and pleasantries was conducted with full adherence to all COVID protocols by both sides.

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