Indian proposal of satellite, Pakistan says ‘no thanks’

Indian proposal of satellite Pakistan says 'no thanks' Indian proposal of satellite Pakistan says 'no thanks' |

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has denied the proposal of India to use the Indian-made communication satellite, launched on Friday.

India has launched a communication satellite to lower the Chines influence in the region and also for the greedy diplomatic profits, but Pakistan after adhering the situation said ‘no thanks’ to India.

However, PM Modi expressed goodwill toward Sri Lanka, Nepal and even for Pakistan and titled the satellite a ‘gift for South Asia.’

“The successful launch of South Asia Satellite is a historic moment. It opens up new horizons of engagement,” he said, as quoted by Tribune.

Although Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Maldives agreed on using the Indian satellite.

The Kashmir dispute and allegation of India on Pakistani Army of mutilating of the Indisoldiersers have soured the bilateral relations once again.


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