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India-Pakistan: Both countries are taking big steps to improve relations

The news of differences between the opposition parties, India-Pakistan relations and the petroleum crisis in Pakistan were among the biggest headlines, In the Urdu newspapers published from Pakistan this week.

According to the newspaper world, efforts for the restoration of diplomatic relations between India and Pakistan have intensified. 

According to the newspaper, both countries have started work on the deployment of high commissioners and soon the relationship between the two countries will be enhanced.

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The newspaper claims that highly reliable sources have told them that Pakistan had curtailed relations with India following the steps taken in Indian-administered Kashmir on behalf of the Indian government and that the relations between the two countries would have deteriorated further after that. Had gone

But after the talks between the Director General of Military Operations, work has started for the restoration of relations between the two countries. 

According to the newspaper, their source says that talks are going on with the backdoor channel on both sides. In the coming days, the High Commissioner will be posted in both countries.

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According to the newspaper Nawa-e-Waqt, a spokesman of the Pakistan Army has said that there has been a separate flag meeting at the level of brigade commanders of India and Pakistan at Poonch crossing point.

In this meeting, it was reviewed whether the line of control (LoC) is being implemented at the fixed points. Earlier, the DGMO of the two countries had a discussion on the hotline between the DGMOs last month, in which it was decided to stop firing on the LoC from both sides.

Regarding this meeting, Pakistan Army spokesman Major General Babar Iftikhar said, “Everyone wants peace. The first step is to keep firing off. There will be no new defensive construction on the LoC within five hundred meters nor will any post Will be targeted directly.”

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), a group of 11 opposition parties, including the Muslim League (Nawaz) and Pakistan Peoples Party, has been a source of trouble for Imran Khan’s government for the past several months.

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There have been many big rallies against Imran Khan in many cities of Pakistan under the banner of PDM in which thousands of people attended. However, the government always said that PDM is a mean alliance and the Muslim League and PPP can never work together for long.

The opposition coalition has been rejecting these statements of the government till now, but this time the differences in PDM have started to become clear and the reason is that former Prime Minister and senior PPP leader Yusuf Raza Gilani has become the Leader of Opposition in the Senate.

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