Due to the stress, the compromise Express departed from India, leaving the friendship bus

Due to the stress, the compromise Express departed from India, leaving the friendship bus

Due to the stress, the compromise Express departed from India, leaving the friendship bus

Lahore: Due to the tension between Pakistan and India, the compromise Express service was canceled and the route to Friendship bus service Wagah departed to India.

Due to increasing tensions between the two countries, air operations are suspended tomorrow and today the passenger train could not go to India.

According to spokesperson Pakistan Railways, Computha Express had to leave India for 8 am this morning, but due to tense condition, departure of passenger train has been canceled.

The spokesperson of the Foreign Office, Dr. Mohammad Faisal, said that because of Pak-India tension, Compromise Express has been temporarily suspended, the operation will be restored if the situation is better.

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Railway officials say that when the Visasaki period ends, Indian passengers will be sent to the same visas.
12 from India and 44 from India to India are looking forward to coming when the sources say that the passengers are likely to send passengers to Wahhaah after suspension of compromise express.

Sources say that the friendship going to Lahore from India has left the bus service routine.

According to sources, there are 42 passengers in the bus bus, but only 3 passengers departed after the immigration clearance, while India’s friendship was just reached to Pakistan.

Air operations are also suspended on airports in Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, Quetta, Multan and Faisalabad.

Remember that the Indian planes violated the Ship Line of Control between Monday and Tuesday, while entering the Pakistani side, leaving the ammunition, answering the full answer, the Pak Air Force aired two Indian fighter aircraft and one Pilot also arrested.

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