Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif writes to PM Narendra Modi, pushes for ‘meaningful engagement’

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. File Photo

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif. File Photo

Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has composed a letter to his Indian partner Narendra Modi pitching for “significant” commitment between the two nations, individuals acquainted with the advancement said on Sunday.

Sharif’s correspondence on Saturday came because of a letter sent by Modi to the Pakistani chief praising him on turning into the state head, they said.

In his letter a couple of days prior, PM Modi passed on to Sharif that India wanted helpful binds with Pakistan.

On April 11, Pakistan Parliament chose Sharif as the 23rd Prime Minister of the country, a day after Imran Khan was removed from power in a no-certainty vote.

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In a Twitter post, Prime Minister Modi praised Sharif on turning into the Prime Minister of Pakistan and said India wants harmony and soundness in an area liberated from illegal intimidation.

“Congrats to Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif on his political race as the Prime Minister of Pakistan. India wants harmony and solidness in a locale liberated from dread, with the goal that we can zero in on our advancement challenges and guarantee the prosperity and success of our kin,” he tweeted on April 11. In his reaction, Sharif said Pakistan wants tranquil and agreeable binds with India.

“Much thanks to you Premier Narendra Modi for felicitations. Pakistan wants serene and agreeable binds with India. Serene settlement of remarkable questions including Jammu and Kashmir is vital. Pakistan’s penances in it are notable to battle psychological warfare. How about we secure harmony and spotlight on financial improvement of our kin,” the Pakistan Prime Minister tweeted. PTI

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