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On board New Delhi-Amritsar Shatabdi:
Artists from India and Pakistan travelling on the Shatabdi Express
between New Delhi and Amritsar have hailed the Indian and Pakistan
Governments decision to consider a resumption of talks between the
Chote Gulam Ali Khan and Hans Raj Hans, both world-renowned Sufi
singers from India and Pakistan, said efforts should be made to
encourage bilateral cooperation and love.
Both artists were traveling together from New Delhi to Jalandhar on
Friday night after performing in Agra.
Peaceniks feel the need of the hour is to eradicate poverty and deal
effectively with other socio-economic issues for the betterment of
Chote Gulam Ali told ANI that he has been visiting India for the
last 29 years.
always felt the same warm welcome and assured that the same warm
feeling prevails in Pakistan for the people of India," he said.
the perceived reduction in the trust deficit between the two
countries, he said: "Dil Mein Ek Leher Si Uthi Hai Abhi Koi Taaza
Hawa Chali Hai Abhi."
Remembering his last visit to Lahore, Han Raj Hans said: "Lahore is
known for its hospitable and generous culture and that I had
experienced during the visit to Lahore."
views the peace between India and Pakistan as something that would
ultimately benefit the world.