Awami National Party chief to visit India
Islamabad: Awami National chief Asfandyar
Wali Khan, a top leader of Pakistan`s ruling coalition, will
make a week-long visit to India this week to attend the
centennial celebrations of the Islamic University in New
Khan, the grandson of legendary Pashtun leader Khan
Abdul Ghaffar Khan, will leave for New Delhi tomorrow, said a
statement from the ANP.
Khan`s party rules Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province and is
a key partner in the PPP-led government at the centre.
The ANP chief will deliver a speech during the
He will also deliver lectures on his grandfather`s
Khudai Khidmatgar Movement in undivided India.
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