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Slogan of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ echoes all over the state of Rajasthan

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Finally, Pakistan is being appreciated for its endless effort of turning the Kartarpur corridor into reality. A slogan of “Pakistan Zindabad” kept echoing in the state of Rajasthan.

Indians began chanting the slogans of “Pakistan Zindabad” in Navjot Singh Sidhu’s rally.The Ex-Cricketer-turned-politician was speaking to a rally in Rajasthan India when hundreds of people voiced their fondness for Pakistan; concerning the ground-breaking ceremony of Kartarpur corridor which Sidhu had recently attended in Pakistan.

The Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu’s rally was held in Rajasthan a few days after Prime Minister Imran Khan executed the ground-breaking of the Kartarpur Corridor.

The occasion was attended by Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Afridi, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar, Minister for Religious Affairs Noorul Haq Qadri and Railways Minister Sheikh Rasheed, along with some Indian ministers, foreign diplomats, Sikh pilgrims and a delegation of Indian journalists.

Navjot Sidhu has played a significant role in establishing peace between these two countries which share a complex relationship since the beginning of time. Sidhu has once again brought peace to the region by taking steps in making amends.

Sidhu has been in the spotlight as a few Indians are criticizing him for playing the role that he is. Sidhu emphasizes that peace must overcome oppression.

Sidhu stated, “Both the governments should realize that we have to move forward. My father used to tell me that Punjab Mail went till Lahore, I believe that it can go further till Peshawar, till Afghanistan.”

This initiative by the Pakistan government will enable the Sikh pilgrims visiting their most holy places in Pakistan. The idea has extensively been glorified by both Pakistanis and Indians apart from a few Indians.