Personnel of the India’s Border Security Force (BSF) and the Pakistan Rangers, on Thursday, exchanged sweets on the occasion of Diwali. 

The sweets were exchanged at the Attari-Wagah checkpoint along the international border between the two countries in Punjab. 

Sweets were also exchanged between the two forces along the international border in Gujarat and in Barmer sector of Rajasthan. 

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Sweets were also exchanged between the personnel of the BSF and Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB) along the zero line at the integrated check post in Tripura on Thursday. 

The exchange of sweets between India-Pakistan and India-Bangladesh along the border is an old and traditional gesture to express goodwill between the south Asian nations. 


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