"Wars can breed tragedies instead of facilitating resolution of conflicts", Khan was quoted as telling the Indian Prime Minister.
Indian deputy commissioner J.P. Singh also accompanied the Indian envoy.
After the Indian diplomat congratulated Khan, his host "expressed his grave concerns on the human rights violations in the occupied Kashmir".
When it comes to humanitarian issues, India and Pakistan are not so actively engaged, however, the government has responded positively to Pakistan's decision on the release of Indian prisoners and fishermen on 13th August on the eve of Imran Khan's swearing.
During the meeting, the acting U.S. ambassador felicitates Imran Khan on his party's thumping victory on July 25 general elections.
Moreover, the Indian diplomat also gifted a bat to Imran - who is expected to take oath as 19th prime minister of Pakistan on August 18 - which had been autographed by the entire Indian cricket team. "I can say that if you (India) will take one step forward, we will take two steps forward", Khan had said.
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In his first speech after PTI stood victorious in the July 25 polls, Imran had said he was likely to turn the Prime Minister House into an educational institute.
The Indian high commissioner said that a telephonic conversation between Imran Khan and Indian PM Narendra Modi had a given a hope to both the countries. Khan retired from worldwide cricket after captaining the national team to glory in the 1992 World Cup in Down Under.
Bisaria, too, hoped that a new chapter in the Pakistan-India relations would soon begin.
In the July 25 elections, the PTI emerged as the single largest party by securing 116 out of 272 general seats but fell short of a simple majority in the National Assembly.
Moreover, he said that PTI is determined to strengthen Pakistan's ties with the United States based on mutual trust.
The party will have to seek formal support from smaller parties or independents to have Khan elected prime minister. John Hoover said that the USA wants to strengthen the relationship with Pakistan.