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India suspends cross-LoC trade with Pakistan

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NEW DELHI, April 18 - India has suspended trade across the Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan from Friday after probe agencies found the route was being �misused� by elements from the neighbouring country to smuggle illegal weapons, drugs and fake currency, a government order said on Thursday.

It said a stricter regulatory and enforcement mechanism is being worked and the issue of the reopening the trade routes will be revisited once they are implemented.

The Home Ministry order said it has been �decided by the Government of India to suspend the LoC trade at Salamabad and Chakkan-da-Bagh in Jammu and Kashmir.� It said the action was taken on the basis of reports that the routes were being �misused by Pakistan-based elements for funnelling illegal weapons, narcotics and fake currency, among others.� � PTI

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India suspends cross-LoC trade with Pakistan

NEW DELHI, April 18 - India has suspended trade across the Line of Control (LoC) with Pakistan from Friday after probe agencies found the route was being �misused� by elements from the neighbouring country to smuggle illegal weapons, drugs and fake currency, a government order said on Thursday.

It said a stricter regulatory and enforcement mechanism is being worked and the issue of the reopening the trade routes will be revisited once they are implemented.

The Home Ministry order said it has been �decided by the Government of India to suspend the LoC trade at Salamabad and Chakkan-da-Bagh in Jammu and Kashmir.� It said the action was taken on the basis of reports that the routes were being �misused by Pakistan-based elements for funnelling illegal weapons, narcotics and fake currency, among others.� � PTI

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