Kartarpur Hall Military Chief Bajwa's brainchild confesses Pakistani minister Sheikh Rasheed | Kartarpur Hall Military Chief Bajwa's brainchild, will damage India: Pakistani minister


Islamabad: Pakistan's railway minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad, close to Imran Khan and Imran Khan, confessed on Saturday that Kartarpur corridor Army Chief General Qamar Javed was a brainchild of Bajwa. Hindustan will always remember this wound of the corridor. On the contrary, the Government of Pakistan was still claiming that the opening of the corridor was the thinking of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

The Pakistani minister said, "" General Bajwa inflicted such a wound on the Kartarpur corridor that Hindustan will always remember it. This project created happiness and love for Pakistan within Sikhs. "Http://"

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has already warned that Pakistan has a hidden agenda behind the Kartarpur Corridor.

Captain Amarinder said – Pakistan has a hidden agenda behind opening Kartarpur Corridor.

The presence of separatists and Khalistani elements from many countries like America, England and Canada in Pakistan and their possible meeting with devotees going to Kartarpur from India is a matter of concern for India. Intelligence agencies have warned that Sikh fundamentalist organizations such as the Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) have plans to use the Kartarpur corridor to further their divisive agenda.

Sikh Reference 2020
India has expressed concern over the fact that many gurdwaras in Pakistan are being used to promote pro-Khalistan views and have shared information about the distribution of pamphlets related to the alleged Sikh Referendum 2020. The SFJ is headed by Avtar Singh Pannu and Gurpatwant Singh Pannu, who demand a separate Khalistan state.

Kartarpur: Government takes cognizance of PAK's hidden agenda, said, 'Security will not be affected'

India is concerned about the revival of other banned organizations such as Khalistan Liberation Force (KLF), Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), Khalistan Commando Force (KZF) and International Sikh Youth Federation (ISYF) by Pakistan. After the abolition of Article 370 of the Constitution granting special status to Jammu and Kashmir on August 5, some terrorist organizations of Pakistan were found involved in arms smuggling in India.

Arms smuggling from pakistan
Intelligence agencies are also concerned about sending weapons to India via drones from Pakistan. Two drones that smuggled arms from Pakistan were recently caught on the India-Pakistan border.

India expressed concern
India has also expressed its concern to Pakistan over the involvement of terrorist Hafiz Saeed and notorious separatist Gopal Singh Chawla as a member of the 10-member committee of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor.

Offensive Video
The official video of Pakistan on Kartarpur released on November 1 showed Khalistani terrorists and anti-India elements, including Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. During Operation Blue Star in 1984, his military aide Shabeg Singh was killed. Posters of the banned 'Sikhs for Justice' organization were also seen in the video. India had objected to the objectionable people seen in this video.

A poster on 'Indian Bomb'
The presence of a poster on the 'Indian Bomb' near Darbar Sahib Gurdwara in Kartarpur has also raised eyebrows of India. It has been claimed that the bomb was dropped by the Indian Air Force at the shrine during the 1971 war. In the poster, it is written in Urdu, Gurmukhi and English, "Wahe Guru Ji's Miracle". The bomb is placed inside a glass on top of a small pillar adorned with sacred Khanda for Sikhs.

(Also from input-agency)

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