NEW DELHI (Online) -The visit of former Indian foreign minister Jaswant Singh to Pakistan has been postponed and he is expected to pay the visit after Ramazan. According to a private TV channels report on Wednesday, the visit of former Indian foreign minister, which was due on Friday has been postponed due to security arrangements. The former External Affairs Minister, whose three-decade long membership of the Bharatiya Janata Party ended abruptly last week with the launch of his Jinnah: India-Partition-Independence was to sign copies of the book at a leading bookshop in Islamabad and had a speaking engagement before he moves on to Karachi for another promotion gig at the weekend. It is being said that there could be two reasons of postponement, India had sought report from Pakistani high commissioner regarding Jaswant Singhs security arrangements which was not answered, the other is that Jaswant did not apply for Pakistani visa. According to officials, the visit has been postponed due to security arrangements and now it is expected that Jaswant Singh would pay visit to Pakistan to pay the visit after Ramazan. He had to come for participation of inauguration and promotion of his book in which he declared Quaid-e-Azam a greater leader than Gandhi.