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Indian PM Modi extends greetings on Pakistan Day


DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended greetings to the people of Pakistan on the occasion of Pakistan day 23rd march.


Pakistan Day is being celebrated today (Wednesday) nationwide, the day is an important of Pakistan’s history as on this date 23 march 1940 a resolution seeking a  separate homeland for Muslims of the subcontinent was passed.


The Indian PM, who is quite active on Twitter, extended his wishes to the Pakistani people on this micro blogging site.



Earlier, Indian President Pranab Mukherjee also extended his warm wishes over this prestigious event of Pakistan’s history. In his letter to the Pakistani counter part Mamnoon Hussain, Indian President wrote: “Please accept my greetings on the occasion on the national day of Pakistan.”


“India remains committed to peaceful, friendly and cooperative relations with Pakistan. I am of the firm conviction that our cooperation will lead to progress and prosperity in our region. I take this opportunity to extend my best wishes for your good health and well-being,” Indian President’s letter to Pakistani president further states.


Last year, Indian PM also wished Pakistanis on Pakistan day and also sent a greeting letter to Pakistani PM Nawaz Sharif.


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