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India raises concern over Khalistani reference in Kartarpur Corridor video

Pakistan Released video features three slain Khalistani leaders who are died in operation BlueStar in 1984


On Wednesday, Soon the Kartarpur Corridor opening to take place Pakistan release a video. The video project the picture of three slain Khalistani leaders in the background. As the video, circulate India has raised concerns with Pakistan. India said that it hoped that Pakistan will show that they do not support such anti-India activities.

After releasing an official video inauguration song on Kartarpur Corridor with pictures of three slain Khalistani leaders in the background, Pakistan has released a different version of the video on Twitter.

In the Twitter version, the Pakistan government has omitted the last few seconds of the video where posters of the Khalistani leaders featured in the background.

The Leaders which are featured in Pakistan video were killed during Operation Blue Starin June 1984. The video on Twitter featured posters of slain Khalistani separatist leaders Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Amrik Singh Khalsa and Major General (Dismissed) Shabeg Singh. Bhindranwale was the head of Sikh religious sect Damdami Taksal.

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Shabad Singh was an Indian Army general, who joined the Khalistani movement in 1984 after he was stripped of his rank and court-martialled on charges of corruption just before his retirement. Khalsa was a Khalistani student leader who headed the now-banned All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSD).

The video has surfaced just days before the Kartarpur Corridor is slated to be inaugurated.

Punjab CM Captin Amarinder Singh said, ‘Pakistan has a hidden agenda behind the opening of the Kartarpur corridor’.

‘Since day one, I have been warning about Pakistan’s hidden agenda. On one side, they (Pakistan) show love but on the other side, they may try to create trouble. We have to be very careful,” Singh added.


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