JAMMU: Pakistan and India agreed to implement ceasefire agreement at Line of Control (LoC) in a Flag Meeting held between Pakistan Rangers Border Security Forces of India.

Pakistan Rangers reportedly raised the issue of ceasefire violations along the international borders, asking its Indian counterparts to clear tall grass in zero-line areas along the border.

The two sides committed to maintaining tranquility along the international border.

The BSF team, comprising six officers and 45 jawans, was led by Commanding officers of 73 and 80 Battalions, Anil Kumar and Anil Verma respectively.

The Pakistani side was led by Commanding Officer of 80 Chenab Rangers Lt. Col Asmit Ali and accompanied by seven officers and 57 jawans.