Pakistan PM Sharif came to his senses, told this powerful Islamic country - make friendship with India

Pankaj Prasad
Pakistan PM Shahbaz Sharif and PM Modi
Pakistan PM Shahbaz Sharif and PM Modi

Pakistan's PM Shahbaz Sharif has accepted that he wants to hold talks with India and for this he had requested Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, to facilitate the talks.

Pakistan's PM Shahbaz Sharif has accepted that he wants to hold talks with India and for this he had requested Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the President of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to facilitate the talks. Prepare India. Pakistan's newspaper Dawn has published a report in this regard on Wednesday. According to this, Shahbaz Sharif had told UAE that you have very good relations with India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and you are our Muslim brother, so help us and get our talks done with India.

In this regard, Al Arabiya news channel has also aired the interview of the Prime Minister of Pakistan in two parts. Its second part was telecast on Wednesday, in which some new things have come to the fore. Pakistan's Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that we want peace and for this it is necessary to hold serious talks. We have also promised UAE that now Pakistan wants to hold talks with full honesty and to get results. He met Sheikh Al Nahyan in Abu Dhabi on January 12 and this was his third visit after becoming PM.

Recalling the wars with India, Sharif said, 'We have learned our lesson and we want to live in peace . Sharif said that we want to end poverty. Want to give education to our people, give them health facilities and employment. He said that my message to India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is that we should sit at the table and take honest initiative to resolve the Kashmir dispute and other issues.