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After a landslide victory on May 23, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Damodardas Modi has unblocked the number of his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan but only to receive a couple of missed call from him late on May 24, a story that the NDTV has not revealed so far. Modi had blocked all Pakistani numbers four years ago, terminating all possible channels of communication with his eastern neighbours.
The story yet to be released says that as soon as Modi was conveyed about his historic win late on May 23, he took his mobile, looked for Imran Khan’s number and unblocked it.
On May 24, he found there were a couple of missed calls on it. His personal attendant told him that only after one beep, the call from Imran Khan was dropped. Now, Modi has deployed the most-vigilant mobile user to pick the call from Imran Khan before it is dropped.
“So far, no success,” Modi was informed.
On the other hand, Federal Saving Figure Minister Faisal Vawda has said that Imran Khan and his cabinet had saved millions of rupees by cutting down their mobile phone expenditures.
“We all only miss call. It’s the receiver’s duty to call us back; otherwise, we tweet and let the person know what we want to say,” he said.
He said sooner or later, Modi would have to call Imran Khan back.
“French and Malaysian heads also had to call to Imran Khan,” he said, short of a smile.
Some sources said the cash-strapped government had no balance in the phones of the cabinet and because of that they were dependent on miss calls.
Prime Minister’s Assistant on Information will deny the report tomorrow, her officials said.