Indian envoy to Pakistan meets PTI chief Imran Khan

Heather Diaz
August 12, 2018

Bisaria also felicitated the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief on his success in the election.

Khan's PTI emerged as the single largest party in the July 25 general election and it nominated him as prime minister.

Not only this, Imran Khan is the same person who is all set to swear in as a new prime minister of Pakistan next week.

Khan won all five National Assembly constituencies he contested from in the polls.

As per the new media reports, India's high commissioner said that he is planning to call Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader, Imran Khan.

Interstingly, just a day ahead of his scheduled appearance before the NAB, Khan drew vast flak for using an extensive motorcade while going for a party's parliamentary meeting on Monday.

In January, U.S President Donald Trump further strained relations with a withering attack on Pakistan on Twitter, accusing Pakistan of playing a "double game" on fighting terrorism and vowing a tougher approach.

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Indian High Commissioner presenting a bat signed by the Indian cricket teak to Imran Khan.

The premier-in-waiting stressed the need to restart dialogue between the two countries on all outstanding issues including Kashmir. In fact, this has been said that Bisaria is soon going to outline India's case for tougher action by Islamabad against India specific terror groups such as LeT and JeM.

PTI spokesperson Fawad Chauhdry on Thursday said: "Imran will be elected Prime Minister of the country within the first round of vote in the parliament". "The telephonic conversation between Indian PM Narendra Modi and the PTI chairman has given birth to this new hope", he said.

Earlier, in his victory speech, Khan had also offered to build good ties with India.

According to the reply by Khan's counsel, photos of Khan's ballot were taken without his permission and the curtain, used around the ballot for secrecy, had fallen due to the crowd inside the polling booth.

Faisal Javed also confirmed that three former Indian cricketers Kapil Dev, Novjot Singh Sidhu, Sunil Gavaskar had been invited to Imran Khan's oath-taking ceremony.

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