This Indian politician to attend Imran Khan’s swearing-in ceremony

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But he has cleared that he won't be travelling to Pakistan and has declined the invitation.

About the new government of Pakistan, the author hoped that under Imran Khan's leadership, Pakistan will become a great democratic country, as he promised during the election campaign.

"I have always said that we wish to have good neighbourly relations".

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"Khan Sahab expressed the hope that the SAARC Summit would be held soon in Islamabad".

India-Pakistan peace talks stalled in 2013 and efforts to get them started have come to naught, mainly due to several terrorist attacks in India seen as perpetrated by Pakistan-based terrorist groups. An official source said Indian participation in the summit would ensure a visit by Prime Mr. Modi to Pakistan.

Ahead of Imran Khan's swearing-in ceremony as Pakistan's new prime minister, Indian High Commissioner Ajay Bisaria and deputy high commissioner JP Singh met with Imran Khan.

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The PTI leader said he would also meet PPP leader Syed Khurhseed Shah this evening to invite him to the oath-taking ceremony.

"In a historic moment, Imran Khan will take the oath (as prime minister) on Aug 18", Faisal Javed Khan, a PTI senator and Khan's close aide, said in televised comments in Islamabad. "I can say that if you (India) will take one step forward, we will take two steps forward", Khan had said. "Right now, it is one-sided where India is constantly just blaming us".

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