Pakistan said on Thursday it would suspend a rail service linking it to India, as relations with its arch rival continue to sour over the contested Kashmir region.
‘We have decided to shut down Samjhauta Express,’ railways minister Sheikh Rasheed told a news conference on Thursday, in reference to the train running to India's capital New Delhi from the Pakistani city of Lahore.
‘As long as I am railways minister, Samjhauta Express can’t operate’.
Want stories like this in your inbox?
Sign up to exclusive daily email
More Stories from South Asia