New Delhi: Amid strains because of Pakistan supporting cross-outskirt psychological oppression in Jammu and Kashmir, Border Security Force ( BSF) on Monday didn’t send desserts to Pakistan Rangers at the Wagah Border on the event of Eid-ul-Fitr.

In any case, BSF troops traded desserts with the Bangladeshi soldiers sent at the India-Bangladesh outskirt.

Since the last hardly any events, BSF has not been taking part in the standard trade of desserts at the Attari-Wagah outskirt in Punjab which used to occur on Republic Day, Independence Day, Eid, Diwali among different occasions.

On Diwali as well, BSF didn’t acknowledge desserts from Pakistan side and had additionally not sent them desserts on Republic Day and the new year.

“Pakistan keeps on sponsorship fear based oppression in any event, when the world is undermined by COVID-19. We have not offered them desserts on Eid this time and will rethink offering them in future as well on the off chance that they won’t stop psychological militants coming to India from their dirt,” a senior BSF official said.

Eid-ul-Fitr marks the finish of the blessed month of Ramzan, which is a month of fasting and petition for the Muslim people group. This year, Eid is being praised in the midst of the all-inclusive across the nation lockdown upheld to contain the spread of COVID-19. (ANI)

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