India’s Punjab CM turns down Shah Mehmood’s Kartarpur groundbreaking invitation

ISLAMABAD: After Indian Minister of Exterior Affairs Sushma Swaraj, Amarinder Singh, Chief Minister of India’s Punjab additionally turned down invitation of Overseas Minister shah Mehmood Qureshi to attend groundbreaking ceremony of Kartarpur border.

Amarindar Singh mentioned “My causes for declining your invitation are twofold. Firstly not a day passes when Indian troopers usually are not killed or wounded throughout LoC. Secondly, the ISI has began its nefarious actions inside my state.”

Earlier, Indian Overseas Minister Sushma Swaraj additionally had turned down invitation of his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmoom Qureshi to attend groundbreaking ceremony of Kartarpur border crossing.

On Saturday Overseas Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi invited his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj to attend groundbreaking ceremony of Kartarpur border.

Shah Mehmood additionally invited the Chief Minister of Indian Punjab Amarinder Singh and Congress chief and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidu to attend the ceremony.

The Overseas Minister took to well-known microblogging social web site Twitter and mentioned “On behalf of Pakistan I’ve prolonged an invite to Exterior Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, Capt Amarinder Singh & Navjot Singh Sidhu to attend the groundbreaking ceremony at Kartarpura on 28 Nov.”

Qureshi mentioned the groundbreaking ceremony for opening the border crossing between the 2 international locations will likely be held on November 28.

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