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Pakistan Rejects India Offer To Send Wheat To Afghanistan

Pakistan never deterred from its antics regarding India, now it has rejected another proposal of India. In fact, there was a proposal from India to send 50,000 tonnes of wheat to Afghanistan by Indian or Afghan trucks through the Wagah border of Pakistan. Which Pakistan has rejected.

Pakistan rejected India’s offer

Pakistan has rejected India’s offer. This information has been given in a news report in the media. Pakistan had last week officially informed India of its decision to allow India to transport wheat and life-saving medicines from its territory to neighboring Afghanistan as an exception for humanitarian purposes. Official sources here alleged that New Delhi is suggesting impractical options to transport wheat to Afghanistan, the Express Tribune reported. India on Thursday said that talks are on with Pakistan to finalize the modalities for providing aid to Afghanistan through Pakistan. India also emphasized that there should be no condition on the delivery of humanitarian aid.

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Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said in New Delhi.

Arindam Bagchi said. We reiterate our point that there should not be any conditions for humanitarian cooperation. According to officials with knowledge of the matter, Pakistan is insisting. Wheat and medicines to be sent to Afghanistan in Pakistani trucks from the Bagha border, while India is trying to use its trucks. The newspaper quoted a senior official of Pakistan’s Foreign Office as saying that Pakistani methods should not be seen as conditions. He said these are to facilitate India’s humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan.

According to the news of ‘Express Tribune’

Official sources here alleged that New Delhi is suggesting “impractical” options for transporting wheat to Afghanistan. India said on Thursday. Talks are going on with Pakistan to finalize the modalities for providing aid to Afghanistan through Pakistan. India also emphasized that there should be no condition on providing humanitarian aid.

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