BJP blames Navjot Sidhu for satisfying Pakistan PM at the cost of India

CHANDIGARH: India’s decision party BJP on Saturday blamed Punjab bureau clergyman and previous cricket star Navjot Singh Sidhu of “satisfying his companion” Pakistan Prime pastor Imran Khan at the cost of the nation’s advantages, nearby media detailed.

“On one hand, Pakistan was putting forth to open Kartarpur passageway for Sikh travelers and then again, its Army boss was debilitating India of critical results,” BJP national secretary Tarun Chugh said in an announcement in Chandigarh.

“Sidhu is satisfying his companion Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan at the cost of interests of his own nation,” Mr Chugh affirmed. “It is exceptionally awful that Sidhu has been adulating Prime Minister Imran Khan and expressing gratitude toward him over a proposition which has yet not been authoritatively gotten by India,” he said.

Quite, Mr Sidhu on Friday guaranteed that Pakistan had chosen to permit Sikh pioneers guide access to the noteworthy Kartarpur Sahib gurdwara directly over the fringe. Mr Sidhu is rubbing salt into the injuries of the groups of officers who were martyred amid truce infringement at the fringe, Mr Chugh said while lashing out at the cricketer-turned-legislator.

“It is odd to take note of that while Pakistan Army boss Qamar Javed Bajwa undermines India and Sidhu sees peace and agreement in his eyes. Sidhu, truth be told, is going about as a representative of Pakistan and undermining the poise of a chose delegate in a province of India,” the BJP pioneer said.

“He has not just managed a hit to the promise of mystery he took as a priest in Punjab but on the other hand is undermining his obligation as an Indian national,” Mr Chugh charged.

The BJP pioneer said Pakistan had been guaranteeing India of opening Kartarpur hallway however has never minded to keep its oath.

In any case, Prime Minister Narendra Modi was putting in his earnest attempts to get the passageway opened through legitimate strategic channels, he said.

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