Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, who is on a visit to Karachi city along with a 12-member delegation in an effort to strengthen ties between the two nuclear-powered countries, on Saturday visited the mausoleum of Mohammad Ali Jinnah and paid homage to Pakistan's founding father.
Paying tribute to Jinnah, Kumar placed floral wreaths at the mazar.
He was accompanied by Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah.
Kumar said both India and Pakistan should work together.
Speaking to reporters, the Bihar CM said: "I believe that Pakistan and India need to work together and exist peacefully with each other. This will not only guarantee prosperity and development for both countries but also for the entire region."
Shah said both nations ´share a lot in common in culture and traditions and we need to build on this´.
"I invited Mr Kumar to visit our province because I believe that the more we have such visits between provincial heads it will increase cooperation between the two nations," he said.