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Could Nawaz Sharif’s recent praise of PM Modi be a pivotal moment for India-Pakistan relations?

New Delhi: A day following the swearing-in of the NDA government’s council of ministers, former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, a prominent figure leading Pakistan’s ruling PML(N), extended an olive branch to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, acknowledging the BJP’s recent electoral triumph as a testament to his leadership. In his message to PM Modi, Nawaz reiterated to replace “hate” with “hope” in order to fulfil the dreams of citizens. “Let us replace hate with hope and seize the opportunity to shape the destiny of the two billion people of South Asia,” he conveyed on a social media platform.
Prime Minister Modi message to Pakistan
PM Modi swiftly reciprocated within two hours, reaffirming India’s commitment to peace, security, and progress, with a subtle emphasis on countering terrorism as a paramount concern. Prime Minister Modi’s message was clear: “Talks and terrorism cannot go together”. PM Modi’s reply was quite obvious amid the fact a Pakistan-sponsored terror group targetted a Hindu pilgrim bus at the time when he was swearing in for Prime Minister of India at Rashtrapati Bhavan, with heads of India’s neighbouring nations, except Islamabad.



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