LoC trade resumes

Srinagar, Mar 05: After remaining suspended for a week, the cross-Line of Control (LoC) trade from Uri resumed on Tuesday.

In total, 70 trucks 35 from each side crossed the LoC for trade activities.

Custodian Ghulam Ahmad confirmed to a local news agency that the trade has resumed after a week.

The Cross LoC trade resumed amid escalating tension and war like situation at borders.

The trade was stopped from February 25, officials told media Correspondent, adding that it has resumed today with 35 trucks from this side and equal number of trucks from Pakistani side carrying essential goods crossed the control line.

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