LAHORE: Indian cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday accepted Prime Minister Imran Khan’s invitation to attend the inaugural ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor, which is scheduled to be held on November 9.
On the directives of the premier, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Senator Faisal Javed had contacted Sidhu and prolonged the invitation to the historic second, which can be dubbed as a breakthrough mission within the historical past of two bitter neighbours.
The previous cricket star accepted the invitation wholeheartedly whereas thanking PM Imran for the nice and cozy gesture of hospitality.
Sidhu stated the Sikh group everywhere in the world seems ahead to go to their holy shrine related to their religious chief Baba Guru Nanak, including that he’s honoured to be part of the historic inauguration.
“The Kartarpur Corridor settlement sends a constructive message to tens of millions of Sikhs all over the world,” he stated.
In August final 12 months, Sidhu had confronted a confrontation for attending the oath-taking ceremony of Premier Imran. And later in November, his go to to the groundbreaking of Kartarpur additionally induced criticism in India.