Imtiaz Gul

Attending Modi oath taking marks a break from, and defeat of, cold-war era mindset that ails Pakistan. Hopefully we stay the course.

Munawar Bhatti

BJP reaction to PM Nawaz Sharif visit terming it as the “beginning of a new relationship” bodes well for Pak-India relations #NS #Modi

Farooq Tariq

An extreme right wing wave brought Modi to power, no good news for Indian minorities. PM Nawaz’s visit will not make any fundamental difference.

Ahsan Iqbal

PM Sharif’s decision to go to India for opening peace door in South Asia is being appreciated all over the world.

Shireen Mazari

PM’s visit to Modi inaugural not an issue, but he also has a 1-on-1 meeting which would have been good had PMLN worked out a cohesive India policy!

Mushahid Hussain

Rather than being hostage to Islamophobic RSS, Modi needs to learn from BJP’s PM Vajpayee, who had Nixonian vision in outreach to neighbours.

Jan Achakzai

We hail NS to take up PM-designate Modi’s invite. He should urge India come out of its post-Mumbai diplomatic hangover.

Afrasiab Khattak

PM Nawaz Sharif has done the right thing by accepting Modi’s invitation. Both countries can’t afford perpetual confrontation.

Maryam N. Sharif

I read this out to PM 🙂 “@sherryrehman: PM Sharif should seriously consider accepting the Modi invite to SAARC leaders for his oath taking…

Sherry Rehman

PM Sharif’s decision to attend the Modi inauguration is a very good one. Now let’s not burden this event with a rush of expectations just yet.