Exchange of greetings: Indo-Pak border guards mark Aug 15

Troopers on both sides had also decorated their border posts to mark the occasion.


August 16, 2012

ATTARI: Pakistani border guards on Wednesday greeted their Indian counterparts on the occasion of India’s 65th Independence Day.

Officers and troopers of Pakistan Rangers walked up to the zero line at the border at Attari, 30 kilometre from Amritsar, to greet their counterparts from the Border Security Force (BSF).

BSF officers and troopers had greeted their Pakistani counterparts Tuesday on the occasion of the 65th Independence anniversary of Pakistan. Troopers on both sides had also decorated their border posts to mark the occasion.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 16th, 2012.

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