Pakistan resumed postal service with India after removal of section 370
Pakistan resumed postal service with India after removal of section 370

Islamabad: Pakistan has restored postal services with India. According to the information received, on Tuesday evening, 7 letters from Pakistan will be given to the Indian postal authorities on the Attari-Wagah border. However, parcel service has not been started by Pakistan. Explain that after the repeal of Article 370 of the constitution giving special status to Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan had stopped the postal service.

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In September, the Government of India raised strong objections to this move of Pakistan. Union Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had said at that time, 'All countries work according to the World Postal Union, but Pakistan is Pakistan. Ravi Shankar Prasad said that Pakistan has stopped sending Indian dacoits without giving any information or notice to our country. This is a violation of the rules of the World Postal Union.

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However, after this step of Pakistan, the Indian Postal Department also stopped the letters and fairs for Pakistan. India termed Pakistan's move as unnecessary and said that postal mail services were not stopped even after the first partition, war or tension on the border. Let us tell you that in recent times, the tension between the two neighboring countries is at its peak.

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