Imran Khan has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in which he said that Pakistan wants to talk to Modi and resolve all problems between the two nations, including that of Kashmir, a Pakistani media report claimed on Friday.
Imran Khan said that talk between the two nations is the only solution to resolve all the problems and it is important to work together for regional growth stability, Geo TV reported.
Imran also said that he wants to solve all issues between the two nations including that of Kashmir, the report said.
The report came after Indian administration said that there will be no bilateral meeting between the two leaders at the regional summit in Kyrgystan’s Bishkek next week amidst the speculations of the meeting between two leaders.
This is the second time after Modi started his second stint that Imran expressed his desire to work together for regional development but India has refused any initiative for talks and has made it clear that cross-border terror has to stop before talks begin.
India’s relations with Pakistan have been wobbling since the Pulwama attack which killed 40 CRPF soldiers.
India retaliated by conducting airstrikes in Pakistan’s Balakot on a Jaish camp on February 26.
The very next day, the Pakistan Air Force struck back and targeted civilian and military installations in India and captured Indian Air Force pilot Abhinandan Varthaman.
In April, Imran had said that he sees a better chance of peace talks with India if PM Modi comes to power again as the Congress might be ‘too scared’ to resolve the Kashmir issue.