Imran Khan Will Soon Suffer A Collision With Next Prime Minister In The Power
The Lok Sabha election voting has just begun from 11th April, and there are tons of pressure on the next crowning Prime Minister. Although the results are on 23rd May, the program for the next Prime Minister is already set up from 14-15 June for first multilateral summit outing.
This summit is scheduled to be held in Bishkek, where next Prime Minister will have his first face to face interaction with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Post Pulwama terror attack and Balakot strikes, Pakistan has been inserted in the rhetoric of election campaign, the remarks of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan that they would rather have a right-wing government in India added to the already controversial atmosphere.
Pakistan has figured a negative way in this election campaign, maybe giving greater visibility than any other time in recent past. The new foreign minister Sohail Mehmood hoped for re-engagement with Dheli, after the election in India. He further remarked that the engagement between Pakistan and India will help to build durable peace and security in the region.