India, Jan. 17 -- Leaders of several opposition parties differed on Pakistan prime minister Imran Khan's possible visit to India this year as some remained guarded and others said they supported the government in its decisions on foreign affairs.

Imran Khan could be in New Delhi as India will play host to the annual meeting of the council of heads of government of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) later this year. However, it remains unclear whether he will accept an invite that India is going to send out.

Congress leader Anand Sharma said that since India, as a host, has to extend an invitation to Pakistan, the party would reserve its comments.

"It would be Pavlovian to comment on the development at this moment. As a host co...