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Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday telephoned his newly elected Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on his Bharatiya Janata Party's electoral victory in the Indian election, Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) increased its majority in India's election with its best-ever tally of 303 seats on Friday. The main opposition party, the Indian National Congress, trailed the BJP with 52 of the 543 seats in parliament.
Prime Minister Imran expressed his desire for both countries to work together for betterment of their people, Dr Faisal said.
The premier, reiterating his vision for peace, progress and prosperity in South Asia, said that he looked forward to working with Modi to advance these objectives.
Prime Minister Imran had tweeted his congratulations to Modi on upon his electoral win on Friday, saying that he looked forward to working with his Indian counterpart on the same objectives.
Modi had, on Saturday, urged his coalition's newly elected MPs to work for communal harmony on the model of the joint Hindu-Muslim uprising so as to deliver India its truer freedom.
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