Navjot Singh Sidhu, cricketer-turned politician, warned the Indian Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) on Thursday that if the authorities don’t reply to his third letter, he’ll “proceed to Pakistan as tens of millions of Sikh devotees go on eligible visa”.
In response to India In the present day, the previous minister had repeatedly despatched reminders however MEA has didn’t revert again or to cater his request to attend the Kartarpur Corridor inauguration which is scheduled on November’9.
The previous cricket star’s third letter comes two days earlier than the inaugural ceremony of the Kartarpur hall.
Navjot Singh Sidhu, Congress writes to EAM, S Jaishankar once more, requesting permission to attend #KartarpurCorridor inauguration. Letter states,”Regardless of repeated reminders you have not responded as to whether or not the government has granted me permission to go to Pak for the inauguration” pic.twitter.com/HUR9qO6A5b
— ANI (@ANI) November 7, 2019
“The delay and no response is a hindrance to my future plan of action. I categorically state that if the federal government has any inhibitions and says no, then as a regulation abiding citizen, I cannot go,” learn the letter.
“However if you happen to don’t reply to my third letter, then I’ll proceed to Pakistan as tens of millions of Sikh devotees go on eligible Visa,” it added.
Nonetheless, whereas pertaining to a query throughout a press convention at New Delhi, Exterior Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar refused to share particulars on the matter.
“He can do no matter he needs. I’ve already stated that this can be a huge event, and we can’t give attention to a person traveller’s plans to go to Kartarpur. I’d not prefer to touch upon that on this discussion board,” Kumar stated.