Time for reformed Indo-Pak relationship: Imran Khan

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May 9, 2012

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader said on Tuesday that Pakistan and India need to trust each other in order to progress and the time has come to see change in the bilateral relationship, Geo News reported.

May 9, 2012

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader said on Tuesday that Pakistan and India need to trust each other in order to progress and the time has come to see change in the bilateral relationship, Geo News reported.

'Time has come for new relationship between the two countries, as there are lots of common things between the two nations. We have similar background and culture,' Khan said.

Imran Khan was addressing the first session of Indo-Pak Economic Conference here on second day under the banner of Aman Ki Asha, a joint initiative of the Jang Group of Pakistan and the Times of India newspaper.

He thanked the Jang Group for taking such an initiative and organizing the event.

The PTI leader urged that progressive Indo-Pak relationship should be made by two powerful governments who can stand pressure and can transform words into actions. He said that a strong relationship is needed to resolve Kashmir issue on priority.

Khan said that new generation of India and Pakistan want change as there is natural affinity among people of India and Pakistan.

Talking about his party's goals, the PTI chief said that resolution of Kashmir issue would be his top priority. He said that his party cannot have political alliance with parties in government.

Second session would be chaired by Chairman of Bajaj Auto Group Rahul Bajaj in which Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh will address the conference.

President of Geo Network Imran Aslam and Indian Member Parliament Mani Shankar Aiyar will address the final session of the conference. Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif will also speak in the third session.


Courtesy: amankaisha

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