Abdullah Abdullah, Head of Afghan peace council met with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday where the PM assured him of India\u2019s continued backing for the peace process in Afghanistan. Abdullah met PM Modi at his official residence in the national capital and apprised him about the peace process and the talks being held by the Afghanistan government and the Taliban in Qatar. "Pleased to meet HE Narendra Modi @narendramodi, the Prime Minister of Republic of #India. In our friendly discussion we took stock of the latest developments on the #AfghanPeaceProcess, the talks in Doha, & India's support for the peace efforts," Abdullah wrote on Twitter. Pleased to meet HE Narendra Modi @narendramodi, the Prime Minister of Republic of #India. In our friendly discussion we took stock of the latest developments on the #AfghanPeaceProcess, the talks in Doha, & India\u2019s support for the peace efforts. 1\/2 pic.twitter.com\/D8qwqEfGAp \u2014 Dr. Abdullah Abdullah (@DrabdullahCE) October 8, 2020 \u00a0"HE PM assured me of India's continued support for the peace process, & Afghanistan. I thanked him & the people of India for the invitation, & generous hospitality. I also thanked India for its principled position on the #AfghanPeaceProcess," he said. Abdullah arrived in India on Tuesday for a five-day visit as part of an outreach to key countries in the region for seeking support for the negotiations in Doha. He travelled to New Delhi after a three-day visit to Islamabad last week. The talks between Doval and Abdullah were "constructive" and the Indian NSA assured him of that New Delhi is in favour of a "democratic and sovereign Afghanistan, where no terrorists can operate. Abdullah visited Pakistan last week and discussed the Afghan peace process with the Pakistani establishment.