NEW DELHI: A high-level delegation of Pakistan Rangers arrived in India today to hold talks with the BSF on a host of issues, official sources said.
The talks come in the backdrop of strained ties between the two countries with a number of incidents of ceasefire violations and killings of civilians and troops.
The 19-member Pakistani delegation is led by the Director General of the Rangers (Sindh) Major General Muhammad Saeed while the Indian side will be headed by Border Security Force chief K K Sharma.
The Pakistani delegation, also comprising officials from their Interior (Home) Ministry and anti-narcotics force, is expected to return on November 10. (AGENCIES)