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LINE OF CONTROL DECIDED TO BE MAINTAINED PEACEFULLY BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN

A meeting between the directors general of military operations of Pakistan and India was taken place today at the Wagah border on the Pakistani side. The meeting was requested by Pakistan as a part of the series of efforts of the political leadership to ensure peaceful relations between the two countries. The meeting was tried to be scheduled many times in the past three months and finally the invitation was accepted by India recently.

The meeting was first of its kind in the past 14 years owing to the long history of hostility which has caused 4 wars fought between the two.
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A ceasefire agreement has been in place since November 2003 but both India and Pakistan accuse each other of violating it multiple times. It may be noted that the Line of Control is highly populated by both the Indian and Pakistani armies on their respective sides of the border resulting in frequent tension occurrences.

In the recently held meeting, it was decided by both the DGMOs to keep the ceasefire agreement intact by putting an end to its frequent violation. The meeting went on for more than one and a half hour, discussed several peace-keeping steps, and ended on positive notes from both the sides.

Pakistan Army DGMO Maj Gen Aamer Riaz and Indian Army DGMO Lt Gen Vinodh Bhatia before the meeting
Pakistan Army DGMO Maj Gen Aamer Riaz and Indian Army DGMO Lt Gen Vinodh Bhatia before the meeting

“We had a cordial, constructive and fruitful meeting. We discussed the ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) and the existing mechanisms,” said Lt. General Vinodh Bhatia, DGMO India. “Both DGMOs showed their commitment to maintain the sanctity and ceasefire on the Line of Control” said a joint statement followed by the meeting.

To extend the feelings of goodwill, two flag meetings between the brigade commanders of India and Pakistan are decided to take place in the near future

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