Pakistan's recent diplomatic moves indicate a potential shift towards improving relations with India. Saad ahmed Waraich has been appointed as the Charge d'Affaires (CDA) to the New delhi High Commission for a three-year term, signalling a diplomatic effort. Additionally, pakistan has decided to celebrate its National Day in New delhi, further fuelling speculation about a desire to mend ties.

The political landscape in pakistan is undergoing changes as the pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and pakistan Peoples party (PPP) forge an alliance to form a coalition government. The agreement involves appointing Shehbaz Sharif, the brother of Nawaz Sharif, as the Prime Minister. Despite the political dynamics and discussions about how the new government will approach india, signs of a diplomatic thaw are emerging.

Relations between india and pakistan had strained since august 5, 2019, when india revoked Article 370, which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir. Subsequently, pakistan recalled its High Commissioner from New delhi, and both countries have not had each other's High Commissioners in their capitals. The recent steps taken by pakistan suggest a deliberate effort to improve relations without causing public resentment.

Saad ahmed Waraich's appointment and the decision to celebrate National Day in New delhi after a hiatus since 2019 are seen as positive moves. The National Day celebration, scheduled for march 28, 2024, is an important diplomatic gesture that aims to foster a renewed dialogue between the two nations. The evolving diplomatic landscape will be closely observed for any further developments in India-Pakistan relations.

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