Navjot Singh Sidhu called as Pakistan Army Agent in India
NEW DELHI - Calling Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu a 'Pakistan agent', Indian leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal on Wednesday hit out at the Congress leader for questioning the outcome of air strike conducted by the Indian Air Force (IAF) in Pakistan.
Speaking to ANI, Badal slammed Sidhu for taking credit for the construction of Kartarpur corridor and said, "Sidhu was a state guest from Pakistan side (during foundation stone laying) where Pakistan Prime minister invited him to fight elections from his country.
It is very clear that what kind of compromises took place between them that today even after the attack on our Jawans, Sidhu is still speaking Pakistan's language and asking his own armed forces of proof, same as the neighbouring country."
"How in (hand-in-glove) he is with Pakistan general and Pakistan Prime Minister, the world knows. If he got it done from there but who got it done from our government, who passed it in the cabinet? The corridor wouldn't have been possible without Modi government taking prompt decisions.
Sidhu can say what he wants, he is a Pak agent, and he obviously has to speak about Pakistan," she added.