A16-member delegation of Pakistan Rangers can leave for New Delhi on Friday to put on meetings in a attempt to defuse current border tensions which had forced the 2 nuclear nations “on the verge of war” with their Indian counterparts.
Independent experts rate this relationship highly significant contrary to the backdrop of the current large trade of artillery fire. Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) Director General Maj Gen Umar Farooq Barki is going the delegation on the four-day (Sept 9-12) expedition,
while Border Security Force Director General Devendra Kumar Pathak will represent India at the meeting. Pakistan Rangers (Punjab) spokesman Maj Waheed Barki told Dawn it had been an annual conference, nevertheless it had gained significance inside the aftermath of ceasefire violations by India.