Imran Khan on Modi’s path, preparing to call all SAARC leaders including PM Modi in oath taking
Islamabad: Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf is planning to call the leaders of SAARC countries their country. These leaders include PM Narendra Modi’s name. The leaders of SAARC countries can be given this invitation to Imran’s swearing-in ceremony. A member of the party told about it.
Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan’s party Tehreek-e-Insaf is planning to bring leaders from SAARC countries to their country. These leaders include PM Narendra Modi’s name. The leaders of SAARC countries can be given this invitation to Imran’s swearing-in ceremony. A member of the party told about it.
Preparation of swearing on August 11
Imran’s party Pak emerged as the biggest party after the general elections. The party has not got the majority, due to which it has to contact other parties. Meanwhile, the party’s chief Imran has announced that he will take the oath of office on 11 August.
The decision to summon SAARC leaders
A senior official of Khan’s party said, “The core committee of the Tehreek-e-Insaf is thinking of calling the leaders of SAARC in the swearing-in. These leaders include Modi’s name. ”
Talking to the Ministry of External Affairs
The official further said that the call that Modi had made after winning the mine was a good initiative. With this, the relations between the two countries can be started from a new chapter. Party spokesman Fawad Khan has not even dismissed such things. They talked about the decision after the talks with the external affairs ministry.
PM gave mine to congratulate
PM Modi called on Imran Khan to congratulate him on winning. He hoped that India and Pakistan would try to start a new chapter in bilateral relations. Khan thanked Modi and said that the disputes should be resolved through dialogue.
Khan wants better relations with India
After his victory, Khan had said that he wants a better relationship with India and for this, if India moves one step, it will move two steps. Let me tell you that PM Modi also invited Pakistan’s PM Nawaz Sharif to his oath-taking ceremony in 2014.
PM Modi has made many efforts
After this, PM Modi had also visited Pakistan from Achanak to strengthen relations in 2015, which he had reached Lahore on the birthday of Nawaz and congratulated him. But Pakistan continued to carry out terrorist attacks, due to which both of them got involved in the sabotage between the relationships.
Do not falcon come
After the Uri attack, it was reached here that India had to make a surgical strike against Pakistan. The Pathankot attack or the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav, such a number of reasons are very bitter in the relations between the two countries. At the same time, the two countries have also accused each other of breaking the Ceasefire.
Will India accept the invitation?
It would be interesting to see if Imran sent such an invitation to PM Modi, then would India accept it? Because India has cleared the policy against Pak, in which it has been said that the interaction ended without any interference is not possible.