Indian Punjab CM Amrindar Singh endorsed Pakistani PM Imran Khan stance against PM Modi
NEW DELHI - Indian Punjab CM Amrindar Singh endorsed Pakistani PM Imran Khan stance against PM Modi. PM Imran Khan had called Indian PM Narendra Modi on the path of Germany’s Hitler.
Stating that the contentious Citizenship (Amendment) Act link was against the secular fabric of the country, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh Friday claimed that events unfolding now bear similarity to the ones witnessed in Germany in 1930s when Adolf Hitler link was at the helm.
“You want to change secular fabric of this country. It is very sad what is happening now. We had not even thought of such a thing.
We want to break brotherhood merely for politics,” Singh said while participating in the discussion in the state Assembly on a resolution against the CAA.
“Clearly, no lessons have been learnt from history,” he added. [image: Loading video]
The Punjab Assembly, through voice vote, passed the resolution against the controversial CAA and sought its repeal by the Centre.
Shortly after passing the resolution, CM Amarinder also said that his government will move the Supreme Court on the issue.
“Like Kerala, our government will also approach the Supreme Court link on the issue,” Singh told reporters in an informal chat outside the state ASSEMBLY, Indian Express has reported.