In an interview to CNN-IBN, Cameron said that Britain is keen to host PM Narendra Modi.
Cameron said that Modi had an open invitation to visit Britain. "He has an open invitation. My Deputy PM, my Chancellor and my Foreign Secretary have all been to India and met Prime Minister Modi.
I have made three visits to India as the PM and am looking forward to making further visits as wll. But there is an open invitation for PM Modi to come here abd and we will give him a warm welcome," Cameron said.
Cameron was among the first leaders to congratulate Narendra Modi on his win in the Lok Sabha elections held in May. Meanwhile, eyeing for a re-election in the 2015 polls, Cameron is leaving no stone unturned and is even attending events to woo the Indian population in the UK.
However Cameron did indicate that Britain will not involve in any talks related to the Kashmir issue that is going on between India and Pakistan.