Letter to the Editor
Encourage bilateral trade
Pakistan’s decision to allow imports from India is a welcome move. Pakistan is finally permitting the import of yarn and five lakh tonnes of sugar from the country. This will help India to explore the market and reduce carry overstock for the following season.
Here before, Pakistan had stopped the import of cotton and yarn from India after a political fallout over the abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir. Pakistani textile manufacturers have been demanding that imports from India be allowed, as it would be a cheaper option for them. Both nations should come forward to encourage bilateral trade by creating livelihood for the people.
Amit Singh Kushwaha, Satna (MP)