Our Correspondent Narowal
Former Indian cricketer and politician Navjot Singh Sidhu on Saturday thanked Prime Minister Imran Khan for completing the Kartarpur corridor and appreciated the arrangements made by Pakistan on the occasion of 552nd birth anniversary of Bab Guru Nanak.
Sidhu also sat down to eat with other Sikh pilgrims at Langar Khana and expressed happiness over the arrangements made by the Pakistan government.
Talking to media on Saturday he said that trade should be opened to bridge the gaps between the nuclear arch-rivals.
“Just as Prime Minister Imran Khan has shown wise thinking, so too will the call for virtual tourism be heard because virtual tourism can change the destiny of our countries,” Sidhu said. He also stressed on “opening of a new friendship chapter” and trade between the two countries.
“I am thankful to PM (Imran Khan) for taking the first step and on the other side (India) responded with two steps.