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    Pakistani businessmen to join Modi's reception in Australia

    October 30, 2014

    Representatives of Pakistan Australia Business Council (PABC), a body of Pakistani businessmen down under, would join Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reception in Sydney on November 17.

    PACB will be among 200 reception partners of the event, which includes Hindu Council Australia, Hindu Swamsewak Sangh and Vishwa Hindu Parishad Australia, the Hindu reported.


    "We are going to attend Modi's community reception. Australian Pakistanis and Australian Indians have been living here as friends and there are no hostilities at all. We want better relations should develop among India, Pakistan and Australia," PACB president Iftikhar Rana told TOI from Australia.


    "People to people contact and confidence building measures are crucial for the people of the neighboring countries and we consider our participation in the function as a CBM."


    PACB senior vice president Kashif Amjad said he would be attending the reception. "We don't know if we will get an opportunity to interact with the Indian Prime Minister. But we will try to meet a senior Indian official and urge that business among the three countries should increase," he said.(KH)

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