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Modi extends olive branch to Prime Minister Imran Khan amongst India’s growing isolation

NEW DELHI/ISLAMABAD: In an unforeseen development, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi who is considered to be a fascist by various quarters has extended an olive branch to Prime Minister Imran Khan by inviting him to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) in New Delhi later this month.

International observers believe that Modi has been alienated after antagonising China on the one hand and deteriorating relations with Pakistan after irresponsible statements and discrimination against India’s muslims.

Modi made the invitation at the online summit held in Moscow, a move which has been appreciated by Russian President Vladmir Putin.

Not daring to directly name Pakistan or China whose significance is increasing in the region, Modi took a dig at India’s neighbours under the garb of ‘national sovereignty’.

However, well-placed diplomats in China and Pakistan have considered this belligerence as an assault on Pakistan and China’s policies of enhancing connectivity in the region.

Modi referred to Shanghai spirit and SCO charter, but he conveniently forgot that it was India which had humiliated the two documents by its actions and inactions.

TPD Investigations Desk has learnt that India’s overtures have been snubbed as none of the prime ministers invited are expected to attend to event in New Delhi with the exception of Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.

TPD has learnt that Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood or Additional Foreign Secretary Syed Faisal Tirmizi might represent Pakistan in the meeting.

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