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Pakistan to invite Manmohan Singh to attend inaugural ceremony of Kartarpur corridor: FM Qureshi

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We want Peace in the region. So we are taking measures for peace & stability. But don't take it as weakness otherwise we can reply same as we did in 27 February.
 

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If congress wants to shoot themselves in the foot with it.
It's not a political decision but religious invite. Who is the follower of Sikh Dharam who wouldn't be happy on this occasion? Followers of Baba G Guru Nanak Sab has been requesting the opening of Kartpur since decades and here it is... the much-awaited moment has arrived.

Now if Modi or Congress would resist, they would message Sikhs that India's hatred for Pakistan is bigger than their religious happiness. Who wants to give this message to Indian Sikhs?
 

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He is an Indian first. That's how it works here and there is no mecca/medina for Sikhs. The pilgrimage to Nanakana Sahib is not compulsory.
Since when you or India become a mouthpiece for Sikhs? They revere the place, its a religious matter and Sikhs are not in business to massage the egos of RSS goons.
 

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It's not a political decision but religious invite. Who is the follower of Sikh Dharam who wouldn't be happy on this occasion? Followers of Baba G Guru Nanak Sab has been requesting the opening of Kartpur since decades and here it is... the much-awaited moment has arrived.

Now if Modi or Congress would resist, they would message Sikhs that India's hatred for Pakistan is bigger than their religious happiness. Who wants to give this message to Indian Sikhs?
You're not inviting him to visit the temple. You're inviting him for the inaugural ceremony which is an event organized by the state of Pakistan. It's just politics, nobody is stopping you from opening the corridor. Save your lecture.
 

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He is an Indian first. That's how it works here and there is no mecca/medina for Sikhs. The pilgrimage to Nanakana Sahib is not compulsory.
Judging by your words you seemed pissed.
"The pilgrimage to Nanakana Sahib is not compulsory"

Who in the blue world are you to decide what is compulsory and what is not
 

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Since when you or India become a mouthpiece for Sikhs? They revere the place, its a religious matter and Sikhs are not in business to massage the egos of RSS goons.
Neither are you representatives of Sikh, so avoid claiming things like the place if mecca/medina of Sikhs.
You don't have to be Sikh to know their religious principles.

Judging by your words you seemed pissed.
"The pilgrimage to Nanakana Sahib is not compulsory"

Who in the blue world are you to decide what is compulsory and what is not
Pissed? Far from it. I just pointed out a factually incorrect assumption about Nankana Sahib temple.
 

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Neither are you representatives of Sikh, so avoid claiming things like the place if mecca/medina of Sikhs.
You don't have to be Sikh to know their religious principles.
I am not claiming to be one, but Sikhs themselves label Katarpur as their Mecca and Madina, so you should keep your own narrative to yourself and not try to impose your likes or dislikes on them.

How congress can shoot themselves in foot when a Sikh person may want to perform his religious duty or pilgrimage?
 

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He is an Indian first. That's how it works here and there is no mecca/medina for Sikhs. The pilgrimage to Nanakana Sahib is not compulsory.
Ball in your court if he denied sikh will starts protesting again brahmin hindu raaj
 

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