Kartarpur Corridor inauguration India allows Sindhu to go to Pakistan


Staff Reporter


The protest of Navjot Singh Sindhu has proved fruitful as the Indian government has allowed the former cricketer and Congress leader to go to Pakistan to attend the Kartarpur Corridor event.
Earlier Navjot Singh Sidhu, cricketer-turned politician, warned the Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday that if the authorities do not respond to his third letter, he will “proceed to Pakistan as millions of Sikh devotees go on eligible visa”.
According to India Today, the former minister had repeatedly sent reminders but MEA has failed to revert back or to cater his request to attend the Kartarpur Corridor inauguration which is scheduled held on November’9.
The former cricket star’s third letter comes two days before the inaugural ceremony of the Kartarpur corridor. “The delay and no response is a hindrance to my future course of action. I categorically state that if the government has any inhibitions say no.

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