Trade, travel across LOC resume after 17 days

trade-bus-services-resume-across-loc-as-tensions-ebb-1359369834-5805A minimum of 138 people finally arrived at their particular locations following a cross-border bus service between Pakistan and India, suspended together with trade after LoC ceasefire breach by India earlier this year, started again Monday after 17 days. Director General Trade and Travel Authority Brig (Retd) Ismael Khan told that the cross-border bus service and trade between both neighboring nations have been restored by having an ease within the tensions began after Indian forces repeated breach of ceasefire agreement across Type of Control (LoC).“The trade and travel would continue when the conditions continued to be favorable”, stated he. Following the resumption and services information, around 79 people stuck in India entered the  facto border in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) to reach Pakistan while 44 went within the other way. Among individuals who left for Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) are also 15 new Pakistani passengers.