Amid prevailing tension between India and Pakistan at borders, Pakistani troops on duty at Wagah border refuses sweets from their counterpart BSF. According to the sources, this is an old custom of both countries troops, offered from last many years, now ended up.
Both the countries accusing each other for ceasefire violations and threatening each other, but not to forget both neighboring countries posses Nuclear power.
According to the Indian statement, “We give sweets on Eid every time. The Rangers have not accepted it today. We always want to maintain peace and tranquility on the border,” said MF Farooqui, Deputy Inspector General BSF.
What leads Pakistan for not accepting sweets from India?
In an recent encounter at border an Indian spy drone had been shot down by Pakistani troops along the Line Of Control (LOC) in Bhimber, Azad Kashmir, according to ISPR. Despite this India warning Pakistan of “effective and forceful” responce to accused unprovoked firing.
As peace table talks were continued between both the countries, India discontinued it without informing. Although, Pakistan looks pretty much determinant to resume Foreign Secretary level talks.
Pakistan on its way to prosperity along with China, an Indian External Affairs Minister issued the statement at mean time that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is not acceptable.
Not to forgot, Indian PM recent speech in Bangladesh, which exposed the Indian hatred for Pakistan and India’s role in dividing Pakistan in two parts. Although, just few days later Modi called Nawaz Sharif formally, Modi’s policy with neighbor Pakistan is difficult to understand.
Indian Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar giving baseless statements is even also one cause of not having peace talks between both the countries. A part of his statement which even confirmed Indian agencies involvement in Pakistan was, “India will use terrorism to counter terrorism from other countries.”
Series of clashes at border and India not accepting the cross-side border attacks. Even after Pakistan showing it on media.
One of the biggest reason of conflict between both the countries is India’s unserious attitude on resolving Kashmir issue.