My job is well done if I succeed in normalizing Indo-Pak relations: PM

April 17th, 2011 - 1:19 am ICT by ANI  

Manmohan Singh By Naveen Kapoor

New Delhi, Apr 16 (ANI): Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on Saturday said that his job would be well done if he succeeds in normalizing relations between India and Pakistan.

When asked what are the five things he would like to achieve in India-Pakistan relationship, Dr. Singh said: “I think five is too much, If I can succeed in normalizing relations between India and Pakistan as they should prevail between two normal states, I would consider my job well done.”

When asked about his plans of cabinet reshuffle, Dr. Singh said: “There is still some time to honour those plans of cabinet reshuffle”

He further said that he respects social activist Anna Hazare for his work in rural development.

“As far as Ana Hazare ji is concerned, I respect him as a important leader who has done lot of good work in rural development and that’s why whole country respects him,” the Prime Minister said.

Dr. Singh was addressing a news conference onboard his aircraft enroute Kazakhstan capital Astana to New Delhi.

He returned home after a five-day visit to China and Kazakhstan.

Dr. Singh had embarked on a four-day visit to China’s resort city of Sanya on Tuesday to take part in the third BRICS (Brazil-Russia-India-China-South Africa) summit. (ANI)

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