Pakistan Tehreek-e-Indaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan landed India, met Indian Preimer Narendra Modi on Friday.
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PTI chairman has to attend a conference on India-Pak relations after being invited by India Today, which is also the host of conference.
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According to the party, Imran was inivited by Indian PM with a proposal of one-to-one meeting.
Chairman Imran Khan will be mtg Indian PM before he speaks at the India Today conference.
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Imran Khan is also expected to discuss with India the unresolved issue of holding bilateral cricket series between the two countries.
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Earlier, couple of days ago, Imran expressed his surprise and shock at the revelation that Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif had conducted a secret ‘deniable’ meeting with Narendra Modi last year while participating in the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) Summit held in Kathmandu.
Imran criticized the current leadership of both the country saying they lacked in courage and conviction, which was why they held secrete meeting. The PTI chairman also maintainted that such inability to move forward confidently by the PM causing the roots of Pakistan Army’s venture to fight against terrorism in the country.
He also expressed that peace between both the countries is indispensable and crucial for the betterment of people of both the nations since will ensure economic vibrancy through trade and investment opportunities.