Pakistan’s New PM Responds To Modi’s Congratulations

Shehbaz Sharif, Pakistan’s newly-appointed Prime Minister, greeted his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi for congratulating him on his appointment, saying his nation desires “peaceful and constructive” relations with India.

Sharif, on the other hand, highlighted the importance of a peaceful resolution of unresolved problems, like those in Jammu and Kashmir.

Sharif’s response to the post

“Pakistan wishes to maintain peaceful and constructive relations with India. The peaceful resolution of unresolved problems, such as those in Jammu and Kashmir, is essential. Pakistan has made numerous casualties in the fight against terrorism. Let us keep the peace and work on our people’s socioeconomic advancement “Sharif sent a tweet in response to Modi’s congratulations.

Narendra Modi Congratulated Pakistan’s New PM

On Monday, Prime Minister Modi complimented Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, 70, on his victory, saying that India seeks peace and security in a terror-free area so that “we can concentrate on our development concerns and promote the well-being and progress of our people.” Sharif mentioned the topic of Article 370 abolishment in Kashmir in his introductory speech on Monday, claiming that the people in the Valley were suffering and that Pakistan will supply them with “diplomatic and spiritual assistance” in addition to addressing the issue at all global forums.

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Sharif, who took over from Imran Khan following a turbulent political battle, said he desired good ties with India, but that this would be impossible without resolving the Kashmir issue.

On Monday, Sharif, the younger brother of previous three-term Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, was appointed as Pakistan’s 23rd Prime Minister.

In August 2019, India declared the withdrawal of Jammu and Kashmir’s special privileges and the division of the region into two union territories, causing tensions between the two countries.