People Are Comparing The Babri Masjid Decision In India To PM Imran Khan Opening The Kartarpur Corridor

By Hafsa Ahmad | 10 Nov, 2019

Prime minister Imran Khan opened the Kartarpur Corridor for the Sikh community, and inaugurated it wholeheartedly, in a ceremony that had people like Navjot Singh Siddhu and Sunny Deol visit the site from across the border.

Pakistanis welcomed the Sikh community in the most wholesome way.

What speaks more to Punjabis than a traditional beat of dhol?

And the Sikh community was immensely grateful. Siddhu even gave a heartwarming, impassioned speech for his friend of many years.

Truly, it was a historic moment and a brilliant gesture of warmth on Pakistan’s part.

However, while Pakistan constantly makes an effort to restore peace, the Indian government doesn’t seem to be reciprocating the same energy. On the same day as the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor, the Indian supreme court announced its decision to build a temple in place of the historic Babri mosque in India.

This left many people on both sides of the border extremely disappointed

But, all in all, Pakistanis are really proud of being part of a nation that offers a cup of tea when the rivalry gets intense.

What do you think about this situation? Let us know in the comments.

 

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