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Imran stresses bilateral talks, cricket in meeting with Modi

NEW DELHI: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan Friday held a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at which he stressed on the need to hold bilateral talks and cricket series between the two countries, ARY News reported.

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According to details, Imran Khan called on the PM Modi upon an invitation extended to him by the Indian premier.

In his meeting with Indian premier that lasted for ten minutes, Imran Khan discussed comprehensive dialogue, protection of miorities, extending bilateral trade and the much-debated cricket series between Pakistan and India.

Senior PTI leader Shah Mehmood Qureshi also accompanied Imran Khan on the occasion.

Chairman Imran Khan met with Prime Minister Narendar Modi today

Posted by Imran Khan (official) on Friday, December 11, 2015

The meeting was held in a positive and friendly environment and that the ‘thinking of PM Modi has changed’, remarked Qureshi.

Khan is currently in India to attend a conference on Indo-Pak relations in New Delhi.

The conference is organized by ‘India Today’ in which Imran Khan is invited as a leading speaker. Mr. Khan is likely to return home on December 12.

PTI Spokesman Naeem-ul-Haq said that PTI chief was ardent in representing Pakistan in neighboring country and will put forward his views during the conference.

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