Karachi, Dec. 12: Year 2013and 2014 are the best time for Pakistan and India to sow the seeds of lasting peace, astrologer Bejan Daruwalla has said.
Daruwalla, who visited Pakistan in 1982, is visiting the country on the invitation of Karachi Parsi Anjuman Trust Fund chairman and former member of the national assembly Byram D. Avari to meet the community members and an old friend.
According to Dawn News, Daruwalla said that he intended to meet his childhood friend and class fellow Aziz Munshi, former attorney general for Pakistan.
The astrologer being a cricket fan would also try to meet former cricketers Imran Khan and Wasim Akram.
Daruwalla was born in Baruch in the Indian state of Gujarat in 1931 and later the family moved to Ahmedabad.
In his latest book, published in August, he stated that Iran has a new leader in Hussain Rouhani and he could turn the country around to a peace settlement. ANI)