According to top government officials, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to write a congratulations letter to Pakistan’s newly eleemphasizeier Mian Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif, focusing on boosting bilateral relations.
PM Modi’s message is expected to emphasize the importance of both countries being free of terror and violence. According to insiders, no decision has been taken to schedule a phone call between the two presidents at this time, although it may be conceivable at some point.
PM Modi urged for stronger relations between the two countries in terms of peace and stability in a terror-free region in a tweet on Monday. “Congratulations on the election of H. E. Mian Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif as Prime Minister of Pakistan. “India seeks peace and stability in a terror-free area so that we can concentrate on our development issues and ensure the well-being and prosperity of our people,” Prime Minister Modi tweeted.
With 174 votes in the 342-member National Assembly, Shehbaz Sharif was elected Pakistan’s 23rd Prime Minister on Monday. According to Dawn, Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf, the largest party in the lower house with 155 seats, boycotted the session and decided to quit.
Imran Khan’s foreign plot accusation has already been dismissed as “drama,” with the New PM stating that if it is proven to be true, he will resign and return home.
From Pakistan’s fledgling economy to political uncertainty, deteriorating relations with Western countries, and militancy in some sections of the country, Shehbaz Sharif’s government faces defensible obstacles.
In response to Sharif’s election as Pakistan’s new prime minister, Rajnath Singh, the country’s defense minister, said, “We would like to deliver a message to the new PM to check terrorist operations in Pakistan.”