Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has vowed to try to extend a hand of peace to archrival India following elections in the neighboring country, after a similar offer was "rebuffed."Khan made the remarks on October 23 at an investment conference in Saudi Arabia."When I won the elections and came to power, the first thing I tried to do was extend a hand of peace to India," Khan told the crowd at the Future Investment Initiative (FII) in Riyadh, adding that the overture was later "rebuffed" by New Delhi."What we are hoping is that we will wait until the elections, then, again, we will resume our peace talks with India," Khan said, referring to India's nationwide polls expected in April or May 2019.
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