New Delhi may let Islamabad hold Saarc summit

NEW DELHI: India and Pakistan could upgrade their diplomatic ties which had witnessed derailment after the Narendra Modi government revoked the special status of Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated the state into two union territories in 2019, multiple sources have told ThePrint.

According to official sources, India and Pakistan are now likely to reinstate high commissioners in each other’s capitals, after having downgraded their missions in 2019. The sources added that New Delhi may allow a Saarc summit which has been pending since 2016 following tensions between India and Pakistan over the Uri attack, to take place in Islamabad later this year. In such a scenario, Modi is likely to visit Islamabad to attend the summit.

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