New Delhi: New Delhi has slammed Islamabad’s move on Monday for unilaterally stopping postal mail service with India. India has called it a violation of international norms.
The Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said it is “in direct contravention of international norms”. According to the Union Minister, Pakistan had not given any prior notice to India before announcing the move.
The Minister for Communications and IT said: “Every country works under the world postal union. But Pakistan is Pakistan. Pakistan has shut postal services (delivery of Indian letters) for the last two months. Pakistan has stopped Indian letters without any prior information or notice to our country”.