ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan claimed on Wednesday that it was unfortunate for India to have elected Narendra Modi as their prime minister, Express News reported.
It would have been in favour of the whole region if Modi had worked for eradicating poverty in his country by restoring peace with neighbouring countries, Imran said, while addressing the media.
He has risen to the level of his incompetence, the PTI chief lamented, adding that Modi was working on his right-wing agenda.
Further, the PTI chief suggested that poverty and other major issues, including Kashmir, could only be resolved through trade and dialogue.
Earlier on Sunday, the Indian premier, during his address at the Bangabandhu International Convention Centre in Dhaka, accused Pakistan of creating nuisance and constantly troubling India by promoting terrorism.
Replying to a question at Wednesdays presser, Imran flayed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for having visited a business tycoon in India during his official tour, accusing him of giving priority to his business gains over national interests.
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