Imran Khan says Pakistan will have better ties with India after polls

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will have better relations with its neighbours including India after the upcoming general elections, Prime Minister

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf ( party tweeted that the new e-visa scheme will available to visitors from 175 countries.

“This is the first step to open up the country, the Naya (new Pakistan,” Khan said, adding that it would revive the confidence of 60s when Pakistan was making fast progress The Prime Minister said that Pakistan would attract religious tourism from all over the world.

“Taxila was the centre of Buddhism. We have discovered a 40ft Buddha ‘ the world’s largest sleeping Buddha ‘ which we have yet to share with the world.”

“Sikhs’ holiest places like Nankana Sahib and Kartarpur were also in Pakistan. We also have very old sites for Hinduism in Pakistan, including Katas Raj,” Khan said.

He also announced that the next season of the Pakistan Super League will be organised in Pakistan instead of Dubai.

Officials said that initially, the e-visa facility will be available to nationals of Turkey, China, Malaysia, the UK and the UAE and later extended to other 170 countries.

Business visas will be given to 90 countries, while 55 countries will be granted visa-on-arrival.