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PAK PM Shehbaz Sharif Urges to Hold a Meeting with PM Modi 

PAK PM wants to talk with PM Modi and resolve the prolonged fracases between two countries

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PAKISTAN: In the latest update, Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif wanted to come to terms with the conversation with Indian PM Modi and resolve the Kashmir issues.

As per the Pakistani PM Shehbaz Sharif , the three wars with India have brought their country more misery, poverty, and unemployment. Thus, he wants to have a “critical and honest talk” with Indian PM Modi. 

PAK PM Shehbaz Sharif wants to talk with PM Modi

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Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif during an interview session, came on record and said, “Whether we want to live in harmony, progress, or squander our time and money battling one another is up to us.”

He added, “We fought three wars with India, and as a result, only poverty and unemployment have resulted. We have recognised our error. We wish to live in harmony right now and anticipate finding solutions to our issues. Who will survive a war to report what happened?”

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Further adding stress to his words, Shehbaz Sharif said, “I want to convey to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi that we intend to use all of these for the country’s progress.”

As per the current information, Pakistan is dealing with a major political crisis, a plummeting rupee, and inflation. The big setback was brought about by last year’s floods, with the global energy crisis touching new heights.

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A photo was recently circulating on social media showing how natural gas is transported using an air balloon.

Over the years, a huge amount of money has been shelled out by the Pak-based terror groups, which has made other countries maintain a distance from Pakistan. Even during this challenging situation, neighbouring countries refrained from lending them loans.

Whereas India, in its current stage, is making a huge impact on other countries. The Indian currency is getting high recognition across the globe.

New technologies, opportunities, and proposals are making their way into India. On the other hand Pakistan is still left behind in dealing with the crisis.

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