Indo-Pak trade to continue despite clashes at LoC: experts - Chairman Karachi Chamber of Commerce Mian Abrar Ahmed said trade between India and Pakistan cannot be stopped despite clashes at Line of Control (LoC). Talking to VOA, he said that international community is gripping energy crisis in near future and both India and Pakistan jointly face the problem. He said exchange of trades is in beneficial for Pakistan and India and both countries will contribute trade cooperation with Central Asian states. To a question, he said exchange of fire at both sides of LoC is a local issue as such incidents take place since independence and international community is pressurizing to reopen a hot border for Pakistan. Pakistan is in a position to combat such incidents and Pakistan is a nuclear country and both countries cannot afford any war in future, he added. Director General Cross LoC Trade and Travel Authority Muhammad Ismail also said normal traffic and trade is underway at two points but Rawalakot-Poonch point has been suspended for trade and traffic. He said there is no exchange of fire for the last two days and negotiations of army officials are underway and minor incidents will take place because troops of both countries are on border.