India: The apprehension of serious danger to Navjot Singh Sidhu - By: Balbir Singh Sooch


1. “The Life of Navjot Singh Sidhu and his family seems in danger in the hands of ‘Undemocratic, Unpatriotic, who are being Projected as Patriotic, intentionally and deliberately, under the garb of patriotism’;

2. But in fact, they are intolerants and the general intolerants are being provoked against Navjot Singh Sidhu and of similar others politically and other personal reasons under the atmosphere of intolerance in India and the reasons are best known to the whole world”.

3. The BJP leader demanded an apology from him for the “unacceptable act” and ‘The Shiromani Akali Dal said Sidhu broke the “decorum” by visiting Pakistan’.

4. Are such projected anti-social elements and so-called Patriots not responsible to spoil our relation with our neighbor countries and also for creating the atmosphere of intolerance in India and the reasons are best known to the whole world? As being observed by Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manc

5. Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh finally broke his silence on Sunday, Sunday, August 19, 2018: “Punjab Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh was quick to call Sidhu’s act of hugging Pakistan’s army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa “avoidable”.
6. “But as far as hugging the Pakistan Army Chief is concerned, I’m not in its favour. It was wrong of him to have shown affection towards the Pakistan Army Chief.”

7. The Punjab chief minister’s statements comes at a time when rival parties such as the BJP have excoriated Sidhu’s conduct in Pakistan, calling it a “betrayal of India”.

8. “Navjot Singh Sidhu under fire for his Pakistan visit: PTI/New Delhi: Last updated on August 19, 2018 at 09.35 am:

9. Sidhu’s hug with Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa at the ceremony also came under fire.

10. The opposition in Punjab today targeted Navjot Singh Sidhu for attending the swearing-in ceremony of Imran Khan as Pakistan’s Prime Minister, with the BJP describing his visit to Islamabad as “shameful”.

11. It also asked the cricketer-turned-politician whether it was necessary to visit Pakistan at a time when India was mourning the demise of former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

12. Sidhu’s hug with Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa at the ceremony also came under fire with the opposition parties asking him whether he remembered the sacrifices made by the Indian soldiers at the border at that time.

13. “Sidhu’s visit to Pakistan is shameful,” said Punjab BJP chief Shwait Malik.

14. “On one side, the Pakistan army was involved in attacking our soldiers at the border and on the other side Sidhu was hugging the Army chief. Does it mean he was thanking him for killing our jawans?” he asked.

15. Malik dubbed Sidhu as an “opportunist” and accused him of putting the nation’s dignity at risk.

16. The BJP leader demanded an apology from him for the “unacceptable act.”

17. The Shiromani Akali Dal said Sidhu broke the “decorum” by visiting Pakistan.

18. “The whole nation is observing seven-day mourning in the wake of the death of former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee. At this point of time, it becomes necessary that no minister should attend ceremonial functions. By visiting Pakistan, Sidhu has broken the decorum,” said SAD spokesperson Daljit Singh Cheema.

19. He said Sidhu’s hugging of Bajwa, who was sitting next to president of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (PoK) Masood Khan, has sent a “wrong message” to Indian armed forces.

20. The SAD targeted the ruling Congress, saying the party which had been criticising the Centre over the deaths of jawans at the border should now explain to the “controversial visit” of its own leader

21. Sidhu is a Cabinet minister in the Amarinder Singh-led Congress government in Punjab. The main opposition party, the Aam Aadmi Party, also condemned Sidhu for hugging Pakistan Army chief.

22. “Though it is Sidhu’s personal visit to Pakistan, if he hugged Pakistan Army chief then it is condemnable,” said AAP MLA and Leader of Opposition Harpal Singh Cheema.
23. Haryana Health minister Anil Vij termed Sidhu’s participation in the ceremony as an “act of disloyalty” towards India which “will not be endorsed by any patriotic citizen” of the country.

24. This is a great gift it’s a very special gift for me I will remember this love of Pakistan forever. Sidhu was among the special guests present at Khan’s oath-taking ceremony at the Aiwan-e-Sadr (the President House) in Islamabad, Pakistan today.

25. He had arrived in Pakistan yesterday via the Wagah border. Talking to the media, Sidhu hoped that his friend Khan’s accession to the prime minister’s post will be good for Pakistan-India peace process.

26. Bajwa after arriving at the ceremony hugged Sidhu and both chatted briefly.

27. Imran Khan, 65, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), was administered the oath of office as Pakistan’s 22nd Prime Minister by President Mamnoon Hussain today”. Khaleej Times

28. Sidhu reacts: Speaking to the press, and after getting mandatory clearance from the Ministry of External Affairs Navjot Singh Sidhu, Minister of Local Government, Tourism, Cultural Affairs, Archives and Museums, Government of Punjab was overwhelmed to receive a call from External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, he was asked to sit next President of Pakistan-Occupied-Kashmir (PoK) Masood Khan during Imran Khan’s swearing-in ceremony in Pakistan.

29. “If you’re invited as a guest of honour somewhere, you sit wherever you are asked to. I was sitting somewhere else but they asked me to sit there,” Navjot Singh Sidhu said.

30. Justifying the hug, he said: “If someone comes to me and says that we belong to the same culture (Sikh Jat or Jatt culture) and we’ll open Kartarpur border on Guru Nanak Dev’s 550th Prakash Parv, what else could I have done?”

31. Sidhu’s Pakistan visit to his cricketing contemporary Imran Khan’s swearing in ceremony kicked up a massive storm back home—first because he accepted the invitation, and then because he sat next to Masood Khan and hugged Bajwa. With agencies: Tribune News Service; Chandigarh.

32. Under the, intentionally and deliberately, provoking circumstances by the Intolerants-provokers, so-called patriots, the apprehension of serious danger to Navjot Singh Sidhu and His Family’s Lives in the Hands of Intolerants-provokers; stirring the emotions of intolerants in India, can’t be ruled out. Balbir Singh Sooch-Sikh Vichar Manch very seriously observed the dangerous propaganda going on against Navjot Singh Sidhu.…

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