BSF, PAK RANGERS HOLD FLAG MEETING
Jammu, May 19: BSF and Pakistani rangers held a flag meeting at forward border outpost (BOP) along Indo-Pak border in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir to discuss several issues, officials said today.
The teams of BSF and Pakistani rangers led by Deputy Commandant Yuvraj Dubey of 200th battalion of BSF and Wing Commander of 12 Chenab Rangers (of Pakistan) Mohammad Kesar held the meeting at Chambliyal in Samba last evening, officials said.
They discussed various measures and focused on clearance of Sarkanda (thick bushes) along zero line, they said, adding the meeting was held in cordial atmosphere.
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