Jammu: The BSF and Pakistan Rangers held a flag meeting along the International Border (IB) in Samba district and committed to maintaining peace and tranquillity along the border, BSF officials said.
In the meeting held last evening, the BSF and Pakistan Rangers committed to maintaining tranquillity along the IB, they said.
The BSF raised the issue of ceasefire violations along the IB and asked its Pakistani counterpart to clear tall grass in zeroline areas along the border, the officials said.
The BSF team, comprising six officers and 45 soldiers, was led by Commanding officers of 73 and 80 Battalions, Anil Kumar and Anil Verma respectively, while the Pakistani side was led by Commanding Officer of 80 Chenab Rangers Lt Col Asmit Ali accompanied by seven officers and 57 soldiers. PTI