“Pakistan Wants Good Relations with India”: Imran Khan Responds to PM Modi’s Letter | Instant News


Imran Khan in his letter to PM Modi said that the people of Pakistan also want better relations with neighboring countries including India.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi stressing the importance of creating an “enabling environment” for dialogue between the two countries. Imran Khan said in his letter that it was imperative to create an “enabling environment” for “constructive and results-oriented dialogue to solve all the salient problems between Pakistan and India”.

His letter came in response to Prime Minister Modi’s letter to him conveying his greetings at Pakistani night. In his letter to the PM, Modi said India wanted good relations with its neighbors but an atmosphere of trust, without hostility and terror was a “must” for that.

Imran Khan Mentioned Kashmir In The Letter

Imran Khan said Pakistanis also wanted better relations with neighboring countries and India’s name was also on the list. While PM Modi called for an atmosphere free from terror, Imran Khan said solving the Kashmir issue was also important to building peace. Pakistan also wants peace in South Asia. Imran hopes that the Indian people will soon recover from the Corona virus.

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