Pak Rangers delegation leaves for India

Pakistan Rangers delegation leaves for India to discuss border security.


Express August 09, 2010

Deputy Director General Pakistan Rangers Punjab Brigadier Shafqat Nawaz along with his delegation have left for India on Monday.

Brigadier Shafqat Nawaz told the media that he will discuss issues relating to security with his Indian counterpart in the meeting with the Border Security Force of India, including unprovoked firing by the Indian forces.

He also issued a warning that Indian helicopters would be gunned down if they violated Pakistan's airspace in the future.

On the occasion, Deputy Director Indian Border Security Force Brigadier Diwan said all issues will be discussed with an open heart. However, he did not say anything when the media asked questions about illegal constructions on the border.

COMMENTS (2)

SKChadha | 11 years ago | Reply I hope we are moving in right direction.
Ashraf Mehboob | 11 years ago | Reply At a time when the country is suffering from floods, why could they not stay home and help the people? They would have made too much fuss if Zardari had gone there and received flowers.
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