New Delhi: As soon as India elects its 16th Prime Minister after 23rd May, the first major project of the newbie will be participating in the multilateral summit in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
The next PM of India will be meeting Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit, it was reported.
Pakistan has been eyeing on India’s general assembly elections and also on the campaign of the different political parties. However, Imran Khan’s statement of favoring BJP for the Lok Sabha elections has already lit the fire of controversy among other political parties of India.
Pakistani high commissioner Sohail Mehmood, soon to be new foreign secretary said, “We hope for re-engagement with New Delhi after elections in India. Engagement between Pakistan and India will help in building an edifice of durable peace and security in the region."
Post the Shanghai Summit India’s PM will be traveling to Osaka for G20 Summit.