According to Press Trust of India, Yadav, who is also former chief minister of Utter Pradesh, was addressing the convocation of a private university in Morabad. — File Photo by Reuters

ISLAMABAD: Mulayam Singh Yadav, chief of India's Samajwadi Party, has said that New Delhi is not making efforts to improve relations with Pakistan.

According to Press Trust of India, Yadav, who is also former chief minister of Utter Pradesh, was addressing the convocation of a private university in Morabad.

Yadav said if the relations between the two neighbours improved, they would be super powers.

“Pakistan is like our younger brother. If we stand by each other, we will be super powers and no one can challenge us,” he added.

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