In a big shock to PM Modi and ruling BJP, Pakistani flags raised in Indian state

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In a big shock to PM Modi and ruling BJP, Pakistani flags raised in Indian state

JALANDHAR – In a big shock to PM Narendra Modi and ruling BJP, Pakistani flags raised in Indian state.

The ecstatic Sikh community in India has hoisted Pakistani flags on their houses in Jalandhar for opening Kartarpur Corridor.

According to the video obtained by Dunya News, Pakistani flags can be seen waving in the air in India’s Vijay Colony as millions of Sikhs thank Pakistan for Kartarpur project.

They said that this facility will provide them relief in traveling to the neighboring country for the celebrations of 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev. ------------------------------

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Earlier, *posters of Navjot Singh Sidhu and Prime Minister Imran Khan* link were seen in Amritsar with a message, "Navjot Singh Sidhu and Imran Khan are the real heroes, for opening Kartarpur Corridor."

Master Harpal Singh, an Indian Councillor, who had put up the posters, said, “We wanted to congratulate the people who made it happen, Sidhu sahab and Imran Khan.”

It is to be mentioned here that historic opening of Kartarpur corridor is all set for November 9 after both, India and Pakistan, signed the bilateral agreement on October 24.

Prime Minister Imran Khan, in a message shared on social media, reiterated that Sikhs from all countries will travel to the world‘s largest Gurdwara. “This Gurdwara will strengthen local economy […] many jobs will also be created in travelling, religious tourism and hospitality sectors,” he stated. “Buddhists have also been coming to visit different religious spots in Pakistan.”