NEW DELHI: Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has sent a box of mangoes to his Indian reflection Narendra Modi on Eid even as his army along a limit gave a skip to a prevalent sell of candy with BSF on a occasion.
“Prime Minister Sharif has sent a box of mangoes to Prime Minister Modi by central channels,” sources said
Sharif’s mango tact comes in a backdrop of a quarrel between dual countries over ceasefire violations along a Line of Control and International Border in that both sides have suffered casualties. India had warned Pakistan of “effective and forceful” response to unprovoked banishment and cross-border terrorism.
following a row, Pakistani Rangers refused to accept a candy offering by a BSF on a arise of Eid final week. Border guarding army of a dual countries have been practising a tradition of exchanging candy on festivals during a International Border in Jammu and along a Attari-Wagah limit in Amritsar in Punjab.
Last year also Sharif had sent mangoes to Modi and President Pranab Mukherjee that were delivered shortly after India withdrew from unfamiliar secretary talks.