New Delhi: Senior BJP Leader & *President Delhi Study Group Vijay Jolly today departed from Amritsar, India border post Wagah to Pakistan.
Beside Mr. Jolly the other Indian delegates are Vijay Mehta Vice President Delhi Study Group & Chairman Tourism Committee PDH Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Urdu Journalist Ms. Lubna Asif Joint Secretary Delhi Study Group & accredited journalist with Press Information Bureau (PIB).
Mr. Jolly shall deliver keynote address at ICAPP (International Conference of Asian Political Parties) Islamabad, Pakistan on the issue of *”Human Trafficking”*. Prominent leaders of 20 Political Parties from 15 Asian countries are participating in this program.
This ICAPP Islamabad conference is from 11th to 13th March 2016 at Serena Hotel, Islamabad. It is being co-hosted by four Principal political parties in Pakistan i.e. Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Pakistan Muslim League – Quaida-i-Azam (PML-Q).
The conference is organized under the leadership of Senator Mrs. Nuzhat Sadiq, Chairperson Senate Foreign Affairs Committee & Head of Women’s Wing of Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz and co-chaired by Mrs. Sujata Koirala Former Deputy Prime Minister Nepal.
The Indian delegation shall be hosted at Islamabad by Imran Khan President Tehreek-e-Insaf and shall also be briefed by Indian Ambassador in Pakistan Gautam Bambawale. Pakistan Hindu Council Leaders shall also meet Mr. Jolly and others. Besides Islamabad, Indian delegation shall visit Lahore & Karachi during their short trip to Pakistan.
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