Kashmir: Cross-LoC travel, trade come to a halt

On Monday, 14 passengers were scheduled to travel to PoK on bus but had to return from the Kaman Post.

Written by Mir Ehsan | Srinagar | Published:May 31, 2017 4:37 am
Kashmir Trade, Trade impact, Loc, Truck halt, Travel halt, sri nagar, sri nagar protest, Kashmir unrest, Kashmir separatist, sabzar Bhat, Hizbul militant, India news, indian express Fifty trucks also had to return for the same reason. (Source: AP Photo)

As THE situation in Kashmir remained tense on Tuesday, trade and travel across the LoC at Kaman Post came to a complete halt, said officials. “There has been no response from the Pakistani side for two days now. Hence, the cross-LoC travel and trade have been halted,” an official said.

On Monday, 14 passengers were scheduled to travel to PoK on bus but had to return from the Kaman Post. Fifty trucks also had to return for the same reason.

Baramulla Deputy Commissioner Naseer Ahmad Naqash said the trucks were not allowed to cross the post as their Pakistani counterparts informed them of some “technical problems in the PoK”.

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    Chintan
    Jun 1, 2017 at 12:32 am
    Now is the time to revoke 370. How much worse can it get? It will be good response to what they have done in Gilgit-Balti and POK.
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