Khan also extended his best wishes and prayed for a quick recovery for those suffering from coronavirus disease.
"I want to express our solidarity with the people of India as they battle a dangerous wave of Covid-19. Our prayers for a speedy recovery go to all those suffering from the pandemic in our neighbourhood & the world. We must fight this global challenge confronting humanity together," Khan tweeted.
Pakistan's Edhi Welfare Trust wrote to Prime Minister Modi on Thursday, offering its assistance to its neighbours in the battle against the second wave of Covid-19.
The philanthropic organisation has announced that it will send a fleet of 50 ambulances as well as support personnel to assist the nation.
COVID-19 cases are also on the rise in Pakistan, with many cities reporting high positivity rates.
The Pakistani prime minister, who presided over the National Coordination Committee, the country's highest government body established to combat the pandemic, has been asked to assist the police in implementing the country's social-distancing guidelines.
On Saturday, Pakistan recorded its highest daily death toll since the outbreak began, with 157 deaths, bringing the total death toll to 16,999. It also registered 5,908 new cases, bringing the total number of cases to 790,016.
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