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Pak PM extends helping hand to India post PM Modi's offer to help flood hit PoK

ANI | 09 Sep 2014, 06:57 pm
New Delhi/ Islamabad, Sep 09 (ANI): Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the latter's offer to help in flood relief operations in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Acknowledging Modi's letter, Prime Minister Sharif said, "Such solidarity in the face of crisis is indeed valuable." The Pakistani Prime Minister reciprocated with an offer to "lend a helping hand in any way possible." He also established hope that such "closer collaboration in disaster management should be a part of the agenda of peace and development in region. On Sunday, Modi had offered help to Pakistan in rescue and relief operations in PoK, which has been reeling under the severe floods in the region.

Pak PM extends helping hand to India post PM Modi's offer to help flood hit PoK

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