Why Didn’t Pakistan Congratulate Narendra Modi on His Victory?

Ahead of Narendra Modi’s re-election as Prime Minister, Pakistan on Friday said it wants to maintain good relations with all its neighbours, including India, and its foreign ministry said it wants to resolve any problems through dialogue and working together.

Why did Pakistan not congratulate Prime Minister Narendra Modi?

Asked why Pakistan has not yet congratulated India on the Lok Sabha election results, the Foreign Office gave an evasive reply, saying, “It is the right of the people of India to decide about their leadership.”

Pakistan has downgraded its ties with India after the Indian Parliament suspended Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir. India says that doing so is legitimate in its own country as well.

Relations between India and Pakistan worsened further after the Pulwama terror attack. Following this, New Delhi carried out air strikes on terror camps in Balakot.

Pakistan PM Sharif Thanks PM Modi for Greetings, Days After Modi Congratulated Him

Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi online for his good wishes. And there is still no hope of improvement in relations between Pakistan and India.

Although there has been an exchange of brief messages between the two countries on social media, it is being said that the two countries have not yet sent letters to each other. This shows that there are no friendly relations between the two countries yet. The US says that it would be happy if India and Pakistan maintain good relations with each other.

Islamabad gave a vague reply to Pakistan not congratulating PM Modi

Islamabad: Following the victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) in the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, over 50 leaders from different countries have congratulated India and Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his re-election. However, Pakistan has not sent any congratulatory message on the occasion. There is speculation about how Prime Minister Modi’s re-election will affect future relations between India and Pakistan, which have been strained for years.

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