Suchetgarh (Indo-Pak border) Feb 14(ANI): In the backdrop of increasing infiltration bids and cease-fire violations by Pakistan on international border and LoC, Indians yet again conveyed a message of peace and brotherhood to the neighbouring country via roses, balloons and pigeons on the eve of Valentine's Day.
Dedicated to Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari and the people of Pakistan, the roses tied with balloons and pigeons flying across the border.
The heart-pleasing scene near the Octroi post here filled the atmosphere with positive vibes.
"Rose is a symbol of love and this is the message we want to convey to Pakistan. Our aim is to have peaceful relations with the neighbouring country," said Dr Darakhshan Andrabi, president of the Socialistic Democratic Party (SDP).
"We call Valentine's Day as Indo-Pakistan Peace and Love Day. If this day can bring cheer to lovers, why we cannot create love between the two countries," Dr. Andrabi added.
Dr. Andrabi had been organising such events from the past three years. By Tahir Nadeem Khan (ANI)