The reply to the letter written by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Prime Minister Imran Khan of Pakistan on Pakistan Day has come. The Pakistani Prime Minister talked about improving relations with India but did not stop from his habit and also said that permanent peace between the two countries cannot be established without resolving the problem of Jammu and Kashmir. Not only this, in his letter, Imran has tried to say something more in the gestures by talking about the establishment of Pakistan. Now it has to be seen whether this correspondence between the Prime Ministers of the two countries has an effect on the ground or not.

Said, permanent peace between the two countries is not possible without resolving the problem of Jammu and Kashmir.

Imran started his letter by thanking him for the letter written by Prime Minister Modi. He further writes, 'The people of Pakistan organize this day and express their gratitude to the foresight and intelligence of its founders, who thought of an independent, sovereign country. Where they can live freely and use their full potential. Pakistan also wishes to live peacefully and co-operation with its neighboring countries including India.

We believe that all other issues, including Jammu and Kashmir, should be resolved between India and Pakistan for lasting peace and stability in South Asia. It is very important to create a similar environment to get creative results. On this occasion, I also convey my best wishes to the people of India in fighting the Kovid-19 epidemic. '

PM Modi wrote a letter on Pakistan Day

Prime Minister Modi wrote a letter to the Pakistani Prime Minister on 23 March 2021. Modi wrote in his letter, India as a neighboring country wishes for a cordial relationship with the people of Pakistan. For this, an environment free from trust and terrorism and aggression is very important. 

Modi wrote to Imran Khan that, on the occasion of Pakistan's National Day, I convey my best wishes to the people of Pakistan. As a neighboring country, India wishes for a cordial relationship with the people of Pakistan. For this, an environment free from trust and terrorism and aggression is very important. Dear Sir, in this very difficult period of humanity, I would also like to wish you and the people of Pakistan for the challenges posed by the Covid-19 epidemic. '

Prior to Modi's letter, Imran Khan and Pakistani Army Chief Qamar Bajwa had talked about improving relations with India. The relationship between the two countries has been strained since the Pak-terror attack in Pathankot in January 2016. Recently there has been a ceasefire between the armies of the two countries, which has created an atmosphere for dialogue.

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that if peace is established between India and Islamabad, it will help New Delhi to reach resource-rich Central Asia. Imran claimed that after coming to power in the year 2018, his government took a lot of steps to improve relations with India, but there was no positive response from New Delhi.

After this, Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa spoke of the friendship between India and Pakistan. General Bajwa had said, We want to resolve all the contentious issues with our neighbors through dialogue and in a dignified way. We also want to clarify that we are adopting this option in a logical manner, not under any pressure. We are serious about improving the image of Pakistan at the international level and moving forward as a peaceful country.