LAHORE: Pakistan and India resumed the Lahore-Dehli Dost bus service on Wednesday.
Two days before, bus and train services between the two countries had suspended due to eruption of case violence in the Indian state of Haryana.
The bus service takes 21 passengers to India through the Wagha border crossing. According to reports, Indian authorities gave the clearance to restore the service.
The train service (Samjhota Express) still remains suspended but it will be soon resume.
Bus and Train service between two neighboring countries began on 16 March, 1999. Both countries have hostile relationships over the years but the bus service never stopped, just only one time after Indian Parliament attack in 2001.