Meanwhile, the ECP today accepted the apologies tendered by Khan, National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, former Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chief minister Pervez Khattak and Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman for using indecent language during their election campaigns.
"The Indian High Commissioner briefed the PTI leadership on India's concerns about terrorism and cross-border infiltration", the Indian High Commission here said in a tweet.
Pakistan's election commission today demanded a signed apology from Prime Minister-in-waiting Imran Khan for violating the electoral code of conduct while casting his vote in the general election on July 25, according to media reports.
When it comes to humanitarian issues, India and Pakistan are not so actively engaged, however, the government has responded positively to Pakistan's decision on the release of Indian prisoners and fishermen on 13th August on the eve of Imran Khan's swearing.
Pakistan's World Cup cricket hero Imran Khan will be sworn in as prime minister next week, his party said on Friday, August 10, announcing it has the numbers to form a coalition government in the nuclear-armed nation. "I am glad that people in the United States have ultimately started acknowledging significance of political solution as conflict and use of force can add to the damages instead of breeding a sustainable solution to the crisis", Khan said.
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Bisaria's call on Khan comes after a telephone conversation between Khan and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 30 July, in which the latter congratulated Khan on his electoral success. "India desires progressive relations with Pakistan", the Indian PM was quoted as saying.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Faisal Javed also confirmed the development, adding that Indian cricketers Kapil Dev, Navjot Singh Sidhu, and Sunil Gavaskar have been invited for the swearing-in ceremony.
In a major relief to Imran Khan, the election commission today declared him the victor from four parliamentary constituencies, including Lahore, clearing the way for his swearing in as Pakistan's new Prime Minister.
On Thursday, PTI spokesperson Fawad Chaudhry said, "Imran Khan will be elected prime minister of the country "within the first round" of vote in the parliament".
Imran Khan and Hoover had exchanged views on Pak-US relations and matters of mutual interest.