Lahore- Trading activities between Pakistan and India through the Wagah border began today, four days after the deadly blast that killed over 60 people.

Media reports that 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.