LAHORE – Delegation of Pakistan Rangers left for New Delhi for talks with officials of Indian Rangers on Wednesday.
According to Rangers’ spokesperson, Rangers’ heads from both countries will meet in New Delhi.
12-member of Pakistan delegation will attend the meeting.
“Meeting is scheduled from 9 t0 13 September,” he said.
On Tuesday, Sartaj Aziz said that dialogues will help in reducing tensions with India. Aziz said National Security Adviser (NSA) level talks were cancelled due to inflexibility shown by India and said they will not tolerate on Kashmir issue at any forum and wherever Pakistan will sit to talk with India, Kashmir issue will be included in their agenda.
He further said that Pakistan is ready to answer any kind of escalation against it and they better know how to handle this pressure.