MIRPUR, AJK (APP) - Puppet authorities in Indian Held Kashmir refused to allow sixteen trucks carrying goods from Rawlakot, Azad Jammu Kashmir, to be offloaded at Rangarh Trade Facilitation Centre (TFC) in Poonch, IHK. The trucks were returned to the Pakistani side of the Line of Control (LoC) late Wednesday, says a report reaching here from across the Line of Control. And at the same time, 28 trucks, with permitted items on board, reached Rawlakot from Poonch city of Indian Held Kashmir late Wednesday during weekly trade between both sides of the Line of Control on Poonch-Rawlakot route, the report added. The report said 16 trucks left for Rangarh Trade Facilitation Center in occupied Poonch from Rawlakot, AJK, Wednesday afternoon. However, six of them were not allowed to be offloaded by the Customs authorities in Indian Held Kashmir as they were allegedly carrying Kenyan made products while trade is confined to 21 items approved by the Governments of India and Pakistan. As authorities in Indian Held Kashmir refused offloading of six trucks, the traders in IHK were also disallowed to download 10 other trucks. Due to standoff, all 16 trucks returned to Hajeera, Rawlakot along with the goods, the report said. From occupied Poonch, 28 trucks left for Hajeera, Rawlakot, AJK, carrying coconut, chilly powder, embroidery items and herbs worth Rs1.79 crore. Cross-LoC trade on Poonch-Rawlakot route is conducted every Tuesday and Wednesday but it didn't take place on Tuesday.