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Kartarpur Corridor: Third letter written by Navjot Singh Sidhu, Pakistan granted visa

Former Punjab minister and Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu has now written a third letter to the Ministry of External Affairs.  Through this letter, he has sought permission to travel to Pakistan to attend the opening ceremon…




Former Punjab minister and Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu has now written a third letter to the Ministry of External Affairs.  Through this letter, he has sought permission to travel to Pakistan to attend the opening ceremony of the Kartarpur Corridor.  Please tell that the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has sent an invitation to Navjot Singh Sidhu.  In the letter, Sidhu wrote that despite repeated reminders, you did not reply to me whether the government had allowed me to attend the inauguration or not.  On the other hand, Pakistan said that on Thursday they have issued a visa to former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu to attend the inauguration ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor.

 Earlier on the question of Navjot Singh Sidhu, Ministry of External Affairs spokesman Ravish Kumar said that it is not right to highlight any one person, given the importance of the program.  At the same time, Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad Faizal in Pakistan said in his weekly media briefing, "We have given a visa to Indian politician Navjot Singh Sidhu to visit the holy shrine of Baba Gurunanak."  In fact, Sidhu came under attack from the opposition when he hugged Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa at the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Imran Khan last year.

Significantly, Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday sought permission from the Ministry of External Affairs to visit Pakistan again.  For this, even before that, Foreign Minister S.K.  Has written permission to Jaishankar asking for permission.  Sidhu wrote in his second letter, 'The copy of the invitation that has come has already been sent.  This program is very clean.  I humbly request you to be allowed to cross the corridor to the other side at 9:30 am on 9 November.  The opening time of the corridor has been fixed at 11 am.

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