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Modi could have visited Pakistan in October 2021: Dr Moeed Pirzada

Modi could have visited Pakistan in October 2021: Dr Moeed Pirzada
April 8, 2021

LAHORE (92 News) – 92 News Senior Anchor Dr Moeed Pirzada has predicted that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could have visited Pakistan in October 2021.

In a special report of "Balochistan Times", Moeed Pirzada told, "Highly placed sources in Islamabad reveal for the first time that back-channel engagement with India had been continuing for more than a year and Indian PM Narendra Modi may have visited Pakistan to participate in the SARRC summit in October this year.

"India and Pakistan were engaged through back channel for more than a year. Focus of discussion remained normalization in Kashmir and its change of status back from the union territory towards a state with guarantees against feared demographic change. Successful process between two South Asian countries could have led to Indian PM Narendra Modi visiting Pakistan for the SAARC summit in October 2011.

"There is no sell out on Kashmir, sources insist. Far from that India has hinted of making moves on Kashmir issue. Pakistani side has consistently kept focus on Kashmir from the very beginning of engagement in early 2020; it demanded a normalization of life and activity in occupied Jammu and Kashmir, restoration of the statehood to Jammu and Kashmir with guarantees that no demographic change will be permitted in the disputed territories," the anchor maintained.