Pakistan-India should sort out differences and move ahead on economic development: Imran Khan

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NEW DELHI: Cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan tonight said he told Prime Minister Narendra Modi to expect sabotage by "vested interests" but stressed that talks between India and Pakistan should go on "uninterrupted". Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party chief, who met Modi here, welcomed the resumption of talks between the two countries. "I told Prime Minsiter Modi that there would be elements who will try to derail the talks process, Will try to sabotage it. But he should resolve to carry forward the talks and not stop," Khan said addressing "Agenda AajTak'. He said the leaderships of both the countries should explain to the people dividends of peace. He further said that Pakistan-India should sort out differences and move ahead on economic development. Khan said he had very cordial and relaxed talks with Modi. "I have met and spoken to so many Prime Ministers and leaders. But I rarely had such relaxed talks as I had with Modi," he said. The Pakistani politician added that he was "hopeful" and "positive" about the final outcome of the Indo-Pak talks. (India Times)