Pakistan suspends trade with India after Kashmir decision
Relations between India and Pakistan have been under strain since February, when a suicide bombing in Kashmir killed 40 Indian troops
Amsterdam/New Delhi — Pakistan downgraded diplomatic relations and suspended bilateral trade with India, a move triggered after New Delhi revoked seven decades of autonomy in the disputed Muslim-majority state of Kashmir.
After a meeting of top officials on Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan’s government announced a series of measures to oppose what it called “unilateral and illegal actions” taken by India. They also included taking the matter to the UN Security Council and ensuring the army remained vigilant.