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PM Sent Message to Pakistan, Says Time to Work Together for Peace

PM Sent Message to Pakistan, Says Time to Work Together for Peace

On Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent a message to his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan on the eve of its National Day. According to some official sources, PM Modi greeted & extended best wishes to the people of Pakistan.

They said that in the message to the neighboring country Prime Minister stated it was time for the people of the sub-continent to work together for a peaceful, democratic, progressive and prosperous region in terror- & violence-free atmosphere.

This message of peace from PM Modi to Khan comes at the backdrop of tensions in ties between the two nuclear-armed neighbors following the Pulwama attack and the subsequent air strikes by India on a JeM terror camp in Balakot, Pakistan.

However, on Friday, India boycotted a Pakistan’s National Day reception at the Pakistan High Commission in New Delhi, opposing to invites extended to various separatist leaders from Jammu and Kashmir for the event.

Imran Khan took to Twitter and shared PM Modi’s message. He wrote,

“Received msg from PM Modi: I extend my greetings & best wishes to the people of Pakistan on the National Day of Pakistan. It is time that ppl of Sub-continent work together for a democratic, peaceful, progressive & prosperous region, in an atmosphere free of terror and violence”

In response to the message from Indian Prime Minister, he further tweeted,

“I welcome PM Modi’s message to our people. As we celebrate Pakistan Day I believe it is time to begin a comprehensive dialogue with India to address & resolve all issues, esp the central issue of Kashmir, & forge a new relationship based on peace & prosperity for all our people.”

Earlier, Sohail Mahmood, Pakistani envoy stated in an address at the reception in New Delhi that Pakistan and India need to consolidate the process of de-escalation. He further stated that they need to stabilize the ties against further shocks, hoping that the “long winter” in bilateral relations would come to an early end.

He further stated that the release of Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, bilateral meetings on the Kartarpur Corridor, and the return of the two High Commissioners to their respective missions “are steps in a positive direction.”

Tensions between India and Pakistan escalated when Indian Air Force fighter jets strike on the JeM camp only 12 days after the terror outfit claimed responsibility for an attack on a CRPF convoy in Pulwama, Jammu, and Kashmir in which 40 soldiers were killed.

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