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Imran Khan wants dialogue with India to resolve Kashmir dispute

ISLAMABAD (Muslim Times) – Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria on Friday called on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman and Prime Minister designate Imran Khan at his residence in Bani Gala.

During the meeting, the Indian envoy felicitated Imran Khan on his party’s thumping victory in July 25 general elections and also convayed his leadership’s messages of felicitation to the PTI chairman.

The two leaders also discussed matters pertaining to Pakistan, India relations and other issues came under discussion.

PTI chairman Imran Khan is all set to take oath as prime minister of Pakistan next week.

Khan has already had meetings with envoys of US, Russia, Iran, Saudi Arabia, UK and UAE.

On July 30, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had congratulated Khan as his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party emerged as the largest political party in the recently concluded general elections and expressed hope that democracy would take deeper roots in Pakistan.

The Indian premier during his telephonic conversation had expressed good wishes for Imran Khan and said New Delhi was ready to start a new era of relations with Pakistan.

The two countries would have to adopt a joint strategy to move forward, he added.

The PTI chairman had told Modi that since wars and bloodshed created tragedies, efforts should be made to resolve the issues through dialogue. The two countries would have to make joint efforts to retrieve the poor masses from the merciless clutches of poverty, he added.

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