Punjab Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has said that the experience of his visit to Pakistan was better than the visit of South India. He said that wherever you travel anywhere in Pakistan, neither language changes nor food changes or people change, whereas when going to South India, everything changes from language to food. This statement of Sidhu can arise again in the controversy.
Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu said that you travel anywhere in Pakistan, neither language changes nor food changes or people change, whereas going to South India everything will change from language to catering. is. You will have to learn English or Telugu to live in South India, but this is not necessarily in Pakistan. This Pakistani love of Sidhu can once again cause controversy.
Earlier Sidhu had gone to Pakistan to participate in the swearing-in ceremony of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and there was hug from Army Chief Kamar Javed Bajwa. During this, Sidhu had read aloud in the praise of Bajwa and Pakistan. In the press conference in Islamabad, Sidhu had said, “I had brought a pagam of a love of life from India, I am going back with love 100 times more than I had brought. The one who came back from Pakistan, has come to the point of interest. ‘
Sidhu had said to meet with the Pakistani army chief, “General Bajwa Sahib hugged me and said – we want peace.” Bajwa said that we are considering to open Kartarpur route on the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev. There was a fierce stir about this and many political parties, including BJP, had demonstrated against Sidhu.
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