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Delhi–Lahore Bus

The Delhi–Lahore
Bus, officially known as
Sada-e-Sarhad (Urdu: ﺻﺪﺍِ ﺳﺮﺣﺪ, ‏‎
Hindi: सदा ए
सरहद, translation: Call
of the Frontier), is a
passenger bus service
connecting the Indian
capital of Delhi with the
city of Lahore, Pakistan
via the border transit
post at Wagah. The
Routemaster bus
number 10 was of
symbolic importance to
the efforts of the
governments of both
nations to foster
peaceful and friendly
relations. In its
inaugural run on
February 19, 1999, the
bus carried the then-
Indian Prime Minister
Atal Bihari Vajpayee ,
who was to attend a
summit in Lahore and
was received by his
Pakistani counterpart,
Nawaz Sharif at Wagah.

Officially launching its
services on March 16,
the bus service was not
halted even after the
outbreak of the Kargil
War. The bus service
was halted in the
aftermath of the 2001
Indian Parliament
, which led to a serious
confrontation between
the two neighbours.

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