The Pak-India Dosti bus has left for New Delhi. The bus is carrying 16 passengers. It has left from Wagha border, as per the media reports on Friday.
According to the details, after custom and immigration clearance at the border, the passengers left for India.
Dosti bus operates 3times a week between Pakistan and India.
The departure of the Dosti bus from the provincial capital of Punjab is another effort of Pakistan to offer peace.
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It is pertinent to mention that Pakistan would also be releasing the captured Indian pilot—Abhinandan Varthaman today as a goodwill gesture for decreasing the rising tensions with India.
The announcement of releasing the Indian pilot by the Prime Minister of Pakistan was made on Thursday at a joint session of the parliament.
Sources revealed that Abhinandan would be handed over at the Wagah border crossing to the officials of the Indian High Commission.
On the 27th of February, Pakistan Air Force shot down 2 Indian jets and arrested one pilot, who ejected himself after being hit in the airspace of Pakistan in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan military has released a video of the captured Indian pilot in which he has confessed of being a flying pilot of the Indian Air Force.