The two leaders held talks on a number of issues of mutual interest.
"I am pleased by the meeting with Prime Minister Modi as we discussed several issues. I expressed my appreciation to PM Modi for giving the (Malaysian) opposition parties a chance to participate in the Raisina Dialogue," he said after the meeting.
Ibrahim further said Malaysia is keen to enhance bilateral relations with India in the field of education, investment and culture. He noted that the two countries share the same concerns which call for extending collaboration in the security domain.
"I made it clear to PM Modi that terrorism will not be supported by us. Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is looking into the matter. We will look positively at the Indian request and will decide," said Ibrahim who is on a five-day visit to India.
Naik is facing probe both in India and Bangladesh after two suspects in the terror attack at the Holey Artisan Bakery in Dhaka in July 2016, which left 22 dead and several others injured, claimed that they were inspired by Naik's radical preaching. The two were also staunch followers of Naik on Facebook and on the Peace Television Channel.
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