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PPP delegation to visit India

Karachi: A high level delegation of the Pakistan People's Party will pay a goodwill visit to India to work for developing better ties with India, said a report in The News on Sunday. Party spokesman and coordinator Nafees Siddiqi said that the one- week tour would commence from March 27. He said the purpose of the visit was to convey to the world that the PPP wanted to continue the mission of its founder leader, Late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who spearheaded the efforts to forge friendly relations with India by inking Simla Agreement. The spokesman said that chairman of the PPP-Parliamentarians Makhdoom Amin Fahim would lead the delegation, which would include MNAs Nawab Yousuf Talpur, Fauzia Habib and Choudhary Manzoor, Senator Enwer Baig, and former foreign minister Sardar Asif Ahmed Ali.

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