Rehman Malik invites Manmohan Singh to Pakistan
Pakistan's Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Saturday invited Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh to Pakistan and said that the people of the neighbouring country would love to see him.
Interacting with mediapersons outside the India International Centre here, Malik said: "Today, I humbly submitted to him (Manmohan Singh) that people of Pakistan, specially people from the village where he was born and attended school, want to see him,"
"Our people and his childhood friends want to see a person who is not only the Prime Minister of India, but also a visionary leader of the world," said Malik.
"But he said that people here ask about the culprits of 26/11. So, I explained to him and want to tell the people of this country also that there will be no delay from our side; whenever the judicial commission submits its report after cross examination, we will conclude the trial in a very short duration of time," he added.
Malik appreciated the Prime Minister and said that the trust deficit, which was in sharing of information, has come to end after their meeting.
He also mentioned that if Dr. Singh does not visit Pakistan, the people there who love him would be disappointed.