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Imran Khan not included in the Guest List : Oath Ceremony of PM Modi

Written by Noor
(Last Updated On: 29/05/2019)

Pakistan has always tried to improve relations with the neighboring countries. The country is known for promoting friendly exchanges even with the worst enemies. The recent of these efforts was observed when the Indian pilot captured after an attempt to enter into Pakistan’s territory was handed over back to the Indian government without any interrogation. He was even treated in a friendly way as long as he was in Pakistan. The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mr. Iran Khan believes that the prosperity of the region is dependent upon the peaceful relations of these two nuclear states of the region namely Pakistan and India. Although the animosity is deep-rooted the things have gone worse in the BJPs government under the Modi. Despite a number of positive gestures the said Indian government has ever taken a step ahead in the way of peace.

Imran Khan once again stepped forward and greeted Mr. Modi on his victory in the recent elections. He once again showed his desire to promote friendly relations with the people and the government of BJP. It was hoped this will be a turning point in future relations. Unfortunately, things turned out to be really different. It is time to get reminded that it is not the election but the re-election of Modi and the things will hardly change from his side. The newly elected government in India has announced the list of the guests coming to the oath-taking ceremony of the new PM of the country. Unfortunately, Mr. Imran Khan’s name is not included in the said list. This reveals that the stubbornness of the government persists. Instead of rethinking for a brighter future, they are still doing the politics that is seen in the region for the last seven decades.

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Noor

Noor Mani is senior tech correspondent and renowned professional writer from Pakistani local Newspaper Weekly Multan. She is a P.E.C accredited Electronics Engineer and has wide vision over technology and local media industry scope. She is now a Managing Editor at Web.PK.
You can email her at noor @ web.pk.