Pakistan’s Imran Khan to give some Afghans, Bengalis citizenship

  • Pakistan’s Imran Khan to give some Afghans, Bengalis citizenship

Pakistan’s Imran Khan to give some Afghans, Bengalis citizenship

Sajid Javid, the son of Pakistani immigrants, was pictured shaking hands with the newly elected Imran Khan during a visit to Pakistan. Pakistan's new government has maintained from the beginning that it wishes to hold talks with India.

Relations with Pakistan were reflected in domestic politics in India when Congress leader Navjot Sidhu attended Mr. Khan's swearing-in ceremony in Islamabad, and was seen greeting the Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Bajwa.

Responding to a question on incidents of infiltration at the border after the change of government in Pakistan, he said, "Did you all expect a change?"

According to the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Twitter account, the auctioned vehicles include a reinforced Mercedes 2005 5,000cc model SUV which was sold for Rs14.5 million, while a reinforced Land Cruiser V8 was auctioned off for Rs27.4m. So, let's wait and watch how things go - whether the person remains under army control or doesn't remain under its control.

"Our policy is very clear that dialogue will happen provided the environment is made conducive", Mr. Singh said while speaking to the media here on the sidelines of an event.

Sidhu had written to Sushma Swaraj urging her ministry to hasten the process of seeking access from the Pakistan government for devotees to visit the historic gurdwara in Kartapur on the 550th birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Dev. Modi has reportedly also stressed on the need to work for terror-free South Asia In his an-hour-long maiden address to the nation a day after his swearing in as the country's 22nd prime minister, Khan said that the country will enter into talks with all neighbours to normalise ties, as without it peace can't be brought in the country.

Mr Javid also met with the country's foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.

Referring to reports of proposals to open the Kartarpur border crossing for Sikh pilgrims, VK Singh said India has "not received any proposal" from Pakistan to open the route. This issue has been going on for a very long time. Qureshi also said that the issues are complicated and the two countries may face hurdles in resolving them, he added, "We must engage".