Pakistan cancelled Trade Exhibition in India
Pakistan cancelled Trade Exhibition in India:- According to reports, Pakistan has cancelled a trade exhibition, which was supposed to take place in India next month. The decision came amid increased tension between both the nations after the Uri attack.
The Trade Development Authority of Pakistan in a statement said that due to current situations between India and Pakistan, which are beyond the control of TDAP’s control, the event planned for 2016 has been cancelled.
Notably, the third edition of Aalishaan Pakistan Exhibition was scheduled to be held in October in New Delhi. TDAP was preparing for it because the last two editions were very successful but now the event has been called off.
The event was meant to promote bilateral trade between both the countries and could have brought buyers and sellers on the same platform.
Bilateral trade amounted to Rs. 206 million for both nations and out which 42 billion was exported by Pakistan and 162 billion was exported by India.
The event has been called off and this would impact both the countries.
What all happened in the past?
The tension between both nations increased after an army camp base in Uri was attacked last Sunday by four militants. The attack had killed 18 Jawans. In the investigation, it was found that terrorist had Pakistan marking on their items and this has brought rage among Indians.
All over the country people are talking about the war between India and Pakistan as Indians want that Pakistan should pay for its bad deeds.
But is it ok to launch the attack against Pakistan? According to reports, the former Colonel Ajai Shukla has said that it is to get carried away in the public outrage but we are not prepared for a war as India has to keep all ground realties in mind and should not forget that Pakistan has 11th largest Army in the world.