Indian PM Modi telephones Imran Khan, congratulates him on election victory

ISLAMABAD: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday telephoned Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf chairman Imran Khan and felicitated him for his party’s victory in the elections 2018, Newsone reported.


According to details Narendra Modi expressed best wishes for Imran Khan and look forward to start new phase of relationship with Pakistan.

Both leaders agreed to overcome the past and to lay a new foundation for a prosperous political, social and economic future.

“We have to approach combine strategy, dialogue in order to give relief to nation and to come out from disputes,” said Imran Khan.

“Instead of answers to conflicts, wars and bloodbath give birth to tragedies,” the PTI chief said, according to the press release.

Earlier in a day Chinese Ambassador to Pakistan H.E Yao Jing and deputy Chief Lijian Zhao on Monday called on Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and congratulated him on his election victory.

Chinese Ambassador Yao highly appreciated Imran Khan’s positive remarks on China-Pakistan relations, adding that China is willing to work together with the new government to push China-Pakistan relations to a new level.

On Sunday, Afghan president Ashraf Ghani invited PTI chief and waiting prime minister Imran Khan to visit Kabul.

The president Ghani offered his invitation via his twitter account also congratulating cricketer turned politician for winning elections 2018.


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