India wants cordial relations with Pakistan: Rajnath

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said on Tuesday that India wants cordial and peaceful relations with Pakistan and expects the neighbouring country to reciprocate the overtures of friendship.

Addressing people at the Attari joint check-post (JCP) after inaugurating the newly-constructed Viewers’ Gallery here, the Singh said that India has made repeated efforts to have good relations with Pakistan.

“India has taken many initiatives to ensure that both neighbouring countries co-exist in an atmosphere of peace and mutual trust. Even Beating the Retreat Ceremony at Attari JCP was started on India’s initiative so that citizens of both countries could see the ceremony conducted by BSF and Pakistan rangers together.

We expect reciprocity to our repeated overtures of friendship and goodwill from Pakistan, too,” Rajnath said. Read More

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