India wants friendly relations with Pakistan. But he needs an environment of trust. We need an environment free from terrorism and hostility. The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi said this in a letter to the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. NDTV Online gave this information on Wednesday quoting the news agency PTI.
Narendra Modi sent the letter to Imran Khan on the occasion of ‘Pakistan Day’ on March 23.
Government sources in India say it is a routine letter. Such letters are sent from India to Pakistan every year.
In the letter, Modi wrote that India, as a neighboring country, wants friendly relations with the people of Pakistan. It needs an environment of terror-free and non-hostile confidence.
In the letter, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan and the people of his country.
There have been some positive indications in recent times about the development of relations between India and Pakistan.
Last month, the Indian and Pakistani armies reaffirmed their commitment to a 2003 ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) near Jammu and Kashmir.
A Pakistani delegation left for India on Monday to attend a meeting of the Permanent Indus Commission. This is the first such meeting in more than two and a half years.
Last week, Indian Foreign Secretary Harshvardhan Sringla said his country wanted good neighborly relations with Pakistan.
In 2019, the Government of India revoked the special constitutional status of Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir was divided into two Union Territories. This caused new tensions between the two countries.