As US President Donald Trump landed in India and addressed a mega event with PM Modi by his side in Gujarat, Pakistani media outlets focussed on how he mentioned "good relations" with Pakistan

Dawn, one of the leading English dailies of Pakistan has carried a frontpage headline "Trump praises Pakistan in India". The report further says, "... Trump arrived in India to a rousing welcome on Monday and soon settled down to praising the country's 'secular heritage'...". The report also quoted Trump as saying, "Our relationship with Pakistan is a very good one and thanks to these efforts, we are beginning to see signs of big progress with Pakistan."

Most websites of all major English dailies in Pakistan ran the headline on the lines that Trump said in Ahmedabad that the 'US has a very good relationship with Pakistan'.

The News International has carried the headline: "Trump tells India ties with Pakistan are very good".

The report further says, "US President Donald Trump on Monday announced to the shock of over 100,000 people packed into the world's largest Motera Cricket Stadium in Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's home state that his administration had very good ties with Pakistan."

At Motera stadium around 1,00,000 people had gathered to attend 'Namaste Trump' on Monday where Donald Trump said that both the US and India had been hurt by Islamist terrorism and are united in defending citizens from its threat.

"Our borders will always be closed to terrorists and extremists. Anyone who threatens our security, will pay a big price," he said amid a loud cheer.

However, Trump also indicated that the US was keen on taking Pakistan along for the sake of security. "For this reason, my administration is working positively with Pakistan. Our relationship with Pakistan is a good one. There are big signs of progress in ensuring greater stability and peace of all the nations in South Asia," he said.

Pakistan press on Monday highlighted that Trump in his maiden speech in India said that the US shares good relations with Pakistan.