Pakistan has taken a U-turn on Thursday on its move to start limited trade with India. The Pakistan cabinet led by Prime Minister Imran Khan rejected the government panel’s decision to allow import of cotton and cotton yarn from neighboring country India. Pakistani media had quoted sources as saying that on Wednesday, the Economic Coordination Committee of the Cabinet (Economic Coordination Committee) has allowed the import of two commodities to keep prices under control and due to shortage crisis.
Here, Pakistan’s cabinet minister Sheikh Rashid said about the recent decision of Imran’s cabinet that till India does not restore Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the import of sugar and cotton from India will be prohibited.
This decision has been taken by the Pakistan Cabinet at a time when the snow on the relationship between the two countries has started melting. First Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted by sending a letter to PM Imran Khan on Pakistan Day. After that Imran Khan wrote a reply letter to Prime Minister Modi and advocated better relations between the two countries.
In response to PM Modi’s letter, Imran Khan wrote- “We believe that the long-term peace and stability in South Asia depends on resolving all issues between India and Pakistan, especially on the Jammu and Kashmir dispute. Positive and Conclusive It is necessary to create an atmosphere of harmony for the conversation. ” He further said in this that he wants to wish the Indian public good luck in the fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic.
Earlier, Prime Minister Modi had said in a congratulatory message sent to Imran Khan that India wants friendly relations with the people of Pakistan and for this an atmosphere of terror-free hostility is very important. Prime Minister Modi, in his letter, also mentioned the fight against the corona virus and wished Imran Khan and the people of Pakistan.
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