Pakistani Hindu MP meets Modi, Sushma over Pulwama

     
Feb 26, 2019
NEW DELHI: Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, a parliamentarian of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI), who was on a visit to Delhi recently, is reported to have met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. He said, “I told them that I came to India with a message of peace. Modi ji was very excited to see me.”

Vankwani, Pakistani MP, said: "Thank Indian Govt for warm welcome accorded to me, I met VK Singh ji, PM Modi and held discussions with Sushma ji. I assured that there is no Pakistani involvement in #PulwamaAttack .We should move in a positive direction,we want peace ... Pakistan is taking action against all the outlawed organizations ... I told them that I am coming to meet you after ‘Ganga-snaan’ and I won’t lie to you; we will not allow anyone to conspire against you from our dharti.”

Vankwani offered to play a role in mediation between India and Pakistan. He met Minister of State for External Affairs General VK Singh also.

It was reported that Vankwani visit to India was in the knowledge of the Imran Khan Government.

He came to India in a group to participate in Kumbh mela in Allahabad.

Vankwani is the founder of Pakistan Hindu Council.

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