Indo-Pak writers call for easing visa conditions

Writers and intellectuals from India and Pakistan have urged both the governments to ease visa conditions for reviving and strengthening people contacts between the two sides.

They were addressing the International Shah Hussain Conference organized by World Punjabi Congress (WPC) here on Thursday. Prominent among those who spoke on the occasion were WPC Chairman Fakhar Zaman, Dr Alia Imam, WPC Chief, India Seteha Paul, Saeed Ullah, Dr Sabir Afaqi, Afaq Azad, Abdul Tusif, Farkhanda Lodhi and Dr Samoon.

Fakhar Zaman said both the countries should bring drastic changes in the visa system to facilitate the visitors. He said that Pakistani and Indian writers had all the potentials to bring both the nations closer. Dr Alia Imam demanded to further improved relations between the peoples of both the countries. Dr Fatima Hussain called for collective efforts to end poverty faced by peoples of India and Pakistan.

Source: The News

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