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Kartarpur Corridor: This banned organization threatened India
Kartarpur Corridor: This banned organization threatened India

Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta has given a new statement regarding the Kartarpur Corridor. After which big questions have arisen about the nefarious intentions of Pakistan. This has once again created a situation of discord about the Kartarpur corridor. The construction of the corridor built for Pakistan-based Gurudwara Sri Kartarpur Sahib has already been in dispute.

Former cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu was involved in controversies by making a pledge to Pakistan Army Chief Qamar Javed Bajwa at the time of its announcement. After this, due to construction, inauguration, different political forums and the participation of Khalistani leaders, it was also in controversies. The biggest controversy remained on the issue of intention of Pakistan.

For your information, let us tell you that on December 14, 2019, the banned organization Sikh for Justice had described the Kartarpur Corridor as a bridge to build Khalistan. He said in a threatening tone that India should not become an obstacle in the Referendum -2020. India had informed this threat to Pakistan. Pakistan had assured that the corridor would not be allowed to be used for any other purpose.

On the same place, on November 30, 2019, Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid of the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan said that the Kartarpur corridor is the brainchild of General Bajwa and ISI. By opening the Kartarpur border, General Bajwa will remember the wounds he has given to India for a long time. General Bajwa has given a big push to India. Pakistan has created a new environment for peace and has won the trust of the Sikh community.

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