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Indian newspaper appreciates efforts made by PM Khan to boost Pakistan’s reputation.

Indian newspaper appreciates efforts made by PM Khan to boost Pakistan's reputation.

Indian newspaper appreciates efforts made by PM Khan to boost Pakistan’s reputation. It was also stated in the editorial that the U.S. would rely on Pakistan for shaping Afghan politics in the future.

Indian newspaper appreciates efforts made by PM Khan to boost Pakistan's reputation.

India’s largest ‘ The Hindu ‘ newspaper has praised Pakistan’s mediating efforts between the Taliban and the U.S. government.

The news outlet said, “Pakistan hosts the Afghan Taliban leadership as well as the Haqqani Network, which is a key component of the Taliban, and has played a significant role in promoting direct talks between the insurgents and the U.S .”

When America leaves Afghanistan, the newspaper says, it will publicly encourage the Taliban in Afghanistan, ensuring Pakistan’s prominence in the region would be raised.

The editorial also claimed that the U.S. should depend on Pakistan for shaping Afghan politics in future.

The Indian newspaper also commended Prime Minister Imran Khan’s policy about how he charmed the Trump government after the Pulwama attack.

The visit to the U.S. by Prime Minister Khan had military dimensions too. A few days before the tour, the highest-ranking U.S. military officer, General Mark Milley, said America’s “interest is better served if the country maintains strong military ties with Pakistan.”

News report on Indian newspaper appreciates efforts made by PM Khan to boost Pakistan’s reputation.

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Written by Hamid Aziz

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