ISLAMBAD: The truck service across Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir has been resumed after the suspension of 27 days, ARY News reported.
After long diplomatic negotiations 27 trucks from Azad Kashmir while 48 trucks from Occupied Kashmir crossed the control line and reached their desired destination on Wednesday.
Spokesperson of Foreign Office, Tasnim Aslam said that decision has been taken to resume trade across Line of Control after successful round of talks between the officials of the two countries.
The bus service across LoC was suspended by India after alleging a Pakistani bus driver in dugs trafficking.
During the talks with India Pakistani officials raised the issue of driver Shafique however it didn’t bring any results.
Family members of Shafique and traders have announced to launch a protest by tomorrow over the issue.