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The Threat to Peace and the Achievements of Navjot Singh Sidhu by Tutored Intolerants in India: Why?
The Threat to Peace and the Achievements of Navjot Singh Sidhu by Tutored Intolerants in India: Why?
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The Threat to Peace and the Achievements of Navjot Singh Sidhu by Tutored Intolerants in India: Why?
By:  Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch
Who said what against Navjot Singh Sidhu about his visit to Pakistan? Why?
A.     Navjot Singh Sidhu’s Message: “Now the need is to take that one step convincingly. The decisions are made at the government level. I was just an invitee in my personal capacity, but I have retuned loaded with love and warmth,” he said.
B.      REMEMBER AND ACT UPON CONVINCINGLY STRESSED: The Kashmir Dispute was ‘Almost Resolved’ and Why Not Now? - An Analysis By: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch:
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=A16446_0_1_0_M&qt1m4dc=1
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=A16446_0_1_0_M&qt1m4dc=1
Highlights:
1.      Navjot Singh Sidhu, Minister of Local Government, Tourism, Cultural Affairs, Archives and Museums, Government of Punjab’s hugging the Pakistan Army Chief, Omar Javed Bajwa, who is from same culture of Sikh Jat or Jatt culture and sharing seat next to PoK president Masood Khan caused storm and  hatred among the intolerants especially in Hindu extremism supported and backed by the secret agencies matter in India. Such elements are forgetting that ‘The Whole World Is One Family: Highlights By: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch:
 http://www.thekhalsa.org/frame.php?path=356&article=17771
2.      The Threat to Peace as well as Navjot Singh Sidhu and his family in lieu of his the achievements by tutored intolerants in India because of an exceptional conduct with Navjot Singh Sidhu as the Sidhu was among the special guests present at Imran Khan's oath-taking ceremony on August 18, 2018 at the Aiwan-e-Sadr (the President House) in Islamabad, Pakistan: Why?
3.      The Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh’s criticism of Navjot Singh Sidhu, Minister of Local Government, Tourism, Cultural Affairs, Archives and Museums, Government of Punjab, “But as far as hugging the Pakistan Army Chief is concerned, I'm not in its favour. It was wrong of him to have shown affection towards the Pakistan Army Chief.”
4.      The Punjab chief minister’s statements comes at a time when rival parties such as the BJP have excoriated Sidhu’s conduct in Pakistan, calling it a “betrayal of India” could be considered and after thought as tutored, dictated and written by advisers, the special agencies matter for such personalities like the then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee used to read only similarly prepared statements always.
5.      But “On the other hand” or. “on the other side”, ‘Sunil Kumar Jakhar, Chief of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) had said: “Navjot Singh Sidhu has shown sportsmanship by accepting the invitation from Imran Khan, even said and justified Navjot Singh Sidhu more than this by citing the previous examples of PM Modi, LK Advani etc. Sunil Kumar Jakhar, Chief of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) one of the honest politicians of India further openly and challengingly said that nobody questioned as an uninvited guest PM Modi’s sudden presence in  Pakistan’.
6.      Navjot Singh Sidhu, Minister of Local Government, Tourism, Cultural Affairs, Archives and Museums, Government of Punjab tried to pacify his critics by saying that Imran Khan intended to improve ties between India and Pakistan and “has pledged to take two steps if India takes one”.
7.       Navjot Singh Sidhu’s Message: “Now the need is to take that one step convincingly. The decisions are made at the government level. I was just an invitee in my personal capacity, but I have retuned loaded with love and warmth,” he said.
8.       REMEMBER AND ACT UPON CONVINCINGLY STRESSED: The Kashmir Dispute was ‘Almost Resolved’ and Why Not Now? - An Analysis By: Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch:
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=A16446_0_1_0_M&qt1m4dc=1
http://www.sapulse.com/new_comments.php?id=A16446_0_1_0_M&qt1m4dc=1
9.      Navjot Singh Sidhu, Minister of Local Government, Tourism, Cultural Affairs, Archives and Museums, Government of Punjab's hug with Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa at the ceremony also came under fire. The opposition in Punjab today targeted Navjot Singh Sidhu for attending the swearing-in ceremony of Imran Khan as Pakistan's Prime Minister, with the BJP describing his visit to Islamabad as "shameful". 
10.  What had offended some back home was his preference of attending Khan’s oath-taking ceremony over the last rites of his “political mentor” and former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He also drew flak for hugging Pakistan’s Army chief Omar Javed Bajwa ( Because he, Pakistan’s Army chief Omar Javed Bajwa is from same culture of Sikh Jat or Jatt culture) and sharing seat next to PoK president Masood Khan.
11.  Clarifying his stance, Sidhu said: “When the General walked down to greet me, a brief conversation started on a lighter note. He said to me, ‘Navjot, we want peace’. Then on his own, he cited a proposal to open the corridor leading to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib on the occasion of 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev. It is a four-decade-long demand. How could have I reacted to it in a better way other than giving him a hug,” he said.
12.  Sunil Kumar Jakhar, Chief of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) had said: “Navjot Singh Sidhu has shown sportsmanship by accepting the invitation from Imran Khan, even said and justified Navjot Singh Sidhu more than this by citing the examples of PM Modi, LK Advani etc. Sunil Kumar Jakhar, Chief of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) one of the honest politicians of India further openly and challengingly said that nobody questioned as an uninvited guest PM Modi’s sudden presence in  Pakistan.

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