Martyr Sarabjit Singh’s sister not amused with Navjyot Siddhu’s overture in Pakistan

Criticise the Punjab Minister for his carelessly worded wish for the neighbour

Amritsar.

Dalbir Kaur, the sister of Sarabjit Singh, who died in a Lahore jail in 2013, has not taken very kindly to Navjyot Singh Siddhu’s purported niceties with the Pakistan Army chief Qamar Javed Bajwa during the Punjab Ministaer’s visit to Pakistan to take part in the swearing in ceremony of the newly sworn in PM Imran Khan. Dalbir Kaur claimed that Siddhu Just geve precedence to his friendship with Imran Khan to the interests of the nation. She was flabbergasted by the way sidddhu embraced the Pakistani General Qamar Javed Bajwa.

Dalbir Kaur’s criticism came just a day after the Chief Minister of Punjab Captain Amarinder Singh, in whose cabinet, Siddhu is serving as a minister, said that Siddhu could have avoided exhibiting that sort of camaraderie with the Paki army chief, as he is the one who issues orders to his forces for killing Indian armymen.

Taking this criticism a step further, Dalbir Kaur also brought Siddhu’s wish while standing on the soil of the enemy. Siddhu went on record with his statement wishing India, Pakistan and the entire world to live long nd become prosperous. Dalbir called it a carelessly worded wish.

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