Trading activities resume at Wagah border

LAHORE (DNA): Trading activities between Pakistan and India through the Wagah Border began Thursday four days after a deadly blast that killed over 60 people.

The trade activities that were suspended following the Sunday evening blast have now resumed.

Goods-laden trucks that have been stuck at both sides crossed the border check posts on each side.

On Sunday, the paramilitary Rangers stopped at check-points several trucks carrying goods for India after the blast and also did not allow vehicles from Indian side to enter Pakistani premises.

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