Zardari, Singh talk: Indian PM to visit Pakistan

The Muslim Times’ Editor for Pakistan

Credit: Xpress Tribune

Published: April 8, 2012
 NEW DELHI: Addressing the media after holding private talks with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Sunday, President Asif Ali Zardari said the two leaders had discussed a number of issues and were trying to resolve them through dialogue.

President Zardari and the Indian premier earlier engaged in a private meeting in the Indian capital without the presence of aides. Singh has accepted Zardari’s invitation to visit Pakistan and says he would visit the neighbouring country soon.

Accompanied by a large delegation including interior minister Rehman Malik, Zardari was greeted by India’s minister of parliamentary affairs, Pawan Kumar Bansal in New Delhi.


Categories: Asia, Pakistan

2 replies

  1. After every visit, India has always been rewarded with terror attacks. Atal Bihari Bajpai went on bus to lahore to take message of reconciliation: Reward Kargil war.
    Musharaf’s visit for Taj mahal and meeting in Delhi: Reward Indian parliament attack.

    Let’s see what is next!!

  2. President Zardari’s suddenly announced Indian visit is termed as ‘private’ for religious/spirtual purpose. It will be so, if all the expences are paid from his personal pocket. But if not so, then one would like to know how much it cost the national exchequer. In all fairness you can term this Shrine visit purely a political one in view of the coming general elections in pakistan. So far all such visits proved to be only pleasure-cum-sight seeing visits and nothing else. During all these sixty years sinse 1947, not a sigle issue has been solved to the benefit of man in the street.What a wastage of time and money, making things all the more complicated and difficuilt to be understood/ solved by the new and newer rulers in Islamabad.

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