File print of Mamata Banerjee.
Kolkata: Heaping intemperate regard on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for “transforming” a lives of typical people, Pakistani attach� Salman Bashir on Monday called for enhancing his country’s ties with a eastern state.
“I contingency enrich a care here, quite a Chief Minister, for a smashing work in transforming a lives of typical people.
“We have followed a story of Bengal and we conclude and extol a good swell a state has made,” a effusive Pakistani High Commissioner to India told mediapersons after a hour-long assembly with Ms Banerjee on Monday.
Applauding a state leadership, Mr Bashir concurred Ms Banerjee’s joining towards enhancing India’s ties with Pakistan.
“I am overwhelmed and tender by her joining for operative towards larger communication and improved family between India and Pakistan,” he said.
He invited a Chief Minister to revisit Pakistan.
“She has never been to Pakistan and voiced her enterprise to revisit a nation and we acquire her and wish we will have some-more exchanges in several fields that will raise a family between West Bengal and Pakistan,” he said.
Ms Banerjee after pronounced Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has invited her to revisit his country.
In a post on her Facebook page, she pronounced Mr Bashir “has conveyed to me a invitation of a Prime Minister of Pakistan to revisit their nation during a available time”.
Describing Bengal as “special to Pakistan and a people”, he asserted that his country’s supervision and people have a low enterprise to bond with a state.
“Pakistan and Bengal have a lot of common history, enlightenment affinities that make us so closely bonded. We have identical hurdles and opportunities and can learn from a mutual experiences,” he said.
Affirming his country’s vigilant to strengthen ties with India both during a sovereign and a state level, Mr Bashir pronounced Pakistan will insist and pursue reaching out to Bengal and called for sell programmes in several fields including industry, cultivation and education.