Parliamentary delegation leaves for India

The delegation will meet Indian parliamentarians in Delhi and Bihar.

Web Desk August 22, 2012

LAHORE: A Pakistani delegation of parliamentarians and businessmen left for India through the Wagah border on Wednesday, reported Express News.

The delegation includes Deputy Chairman Senate Sabir Baloch, Jahangir Badar, Haji Adeel, Khurram Dastagir and Nafeesa Shah.

Faisal Karim Kundi, Mushahid Hussain Syed and Shazia Marri were also supposed to accompany the delegation but could not do so.

The delegation will meet Indian parliamentarians in Delhi and Bihar.

Baloch, speaking to the media, said that such visits will ease the bilateral tensions, and ties between the countries will improve.

Badar said that this is the fourth parliamentary delegation visiting India.

Adeel will be representing Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa while Dastagir will invite the chief minister of Bihar to visit Punjab on behalf of Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.


Prosenjit | 9 years ago | Reply

@I.kashmir: Please don't forget that India has the second largest muslim population in the World. Few stray incidents here and there will not affect the harmony. If you happen to know any Indian muslim friend just ask him whether he wants to settle in Pakistan if given an option. You will get your answer.

truth | 9 years ago | Reply

@i.kashmir - Kashmir belongs to India. Period. Forget about India. Take care of your country and do something so that it doesn't get disintegrated. Do something to improve the lives of your people, don't worry about others.

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