Prime Minister Narendra Modi and pakistan PM Imran Khan are likely to face each other at the united nations General Assembly (UNGA) today.
New York might witness a rare scene once the leader of the 2 rival countries–India and pakistan can address the same platform, one once the other.
Both PM Modi and Imran Khan are scheduled to address the 74th UNGA session on Fri.
Imran Khan is expected to deliver his speech shortly once PM Modi and it’s speculated that he can rake up the kashmir issue once more whereas PM Modi is expected to focus on peace and development within the region.
Indo-Pak relations remain tense once india stripped Jammu and kashmir of its special standing and bifurcated the state into 2 Union territories.
Just a day before the 2 leaders are expected to play at the UNGA, the strained relations between the 2 nations were on full show at the Saarc meeting in new york, with pakistan foreign minister shah Mahmood Qureshi boycotting External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s opening statement.