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Imran Khan to improve ties with India; celebrates his team’s T20 victory

According to a report, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan emphasised the importance of improving relations with India, but added that it was “not a good time” for such a discussion after his country’s victory in the T20 World Cup. According to the Dawn newspaper, Khan stated that India and Pakistan had only one issue: Kashmir, which they should resolve as “civilised neighbours.”

“We have excellent relations with China,” he said, “but if we can somehow improve our relationship with India – I know, after the Pakistan team’s thrashing in the cricket match last night, it’s not a very good time to talk about improving relations with India,” he said at the Pakistan-Saudi Investment Forum in Riyadh.

Pakistan defeated India by 10 wickets in the ongoing T20 World Cup on Sunday, prompting Imran Khan’s comments.

“It’s all about human rights and the people of Kashmir’s right to self-determination, which was guaranteed by the UN Security Council 72 years ago. We won’t have any other issues if that right is granted to them. The two countries can coexist peacefully as neighbours […] imagine the possibilities “‘I told Saudi businessmen,’ he said.

He claimed that through Pakistan, India would gain access to Central Asia and, in turn, New Delhi would gain access to two massive markets. “This is the message I want to send to the Saudi business community: things never stay the same. They are always changing “Khan is in Saudi Arabia for a three-day visit at Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman’s invitation.

The most successful business people, he claims, are those who plan ahead and take risks. “Those who follow the well-worn path never truly excel in any field, let alone business.”

Ties between India and Pakistan have deteriorated since terror groups based in Pakistan attacked the Pathankot Air Force base in 2016. Following that, a series of attacks, including one on an Indian Army camp in Uri, strained relations between India and Pakistan even more.

The relationship between the two countries was strained once more after India struck a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist training camp inside Pakistan on February 26, 2019, in response to the Pulwama terror attack. The Pulwama terror attack claimed the lives of 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) troops.

India has expressed its desire for normal relations with Pakistan in an atmosphere free of terror, hostility, and violence. When asked about the possibility of improving ties with Pakistan, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, “I don’t think we will see much forward movement in the relationship unless the basic core issue of terrorism emanating from the neighbouring country is dealt with.”

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