Bajwa said border to be opened for Nanak anniversary: Sidhu
ISLAMABD (92 News) – Former Indian cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu on Saturday said that Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa shared with him that Pakistan will open the border on Guru Nanak’s 550th anniversary.
Talking to the journalists after oath-taking ceremony, he said that the COAS told him that he wants peace, saying that General Bajwa assured that Pakistani border will be opened for Sikh pilgrims on Guru Nanak’s 550th birthday anniversary.
During the oath-taking ceremony at the President House, Navjot Sidhu hugged with Gen Bajwa and he spoke a little conversation with the chief of army staff.
The Indian cricketer remarked that that Pakistan’s new PM has the ability to change country’s future. “Imran Khan has emerged as a ray of hope for all of us,” he said.
Sharing experience on his visit, Sindhu mentioned that he took back 100 times more love than what he had brought. “The love I have gotten has opened up infinite possibilities which can actually unify us.”
Novjat Singh Sidhu stressed that the purpose of his visit was not political rather spread the message of love. “I brought a message of love and friendship. This message of friendship is for everyone, not just cricketers.”
He also admired the line of Imran Khan in his speech after winning election, he elaborated the words of PM, “If India takes one step, Pakistan will take two step of friendship.” Admiring the sentence of Imran, Sidhu said that this little sentence gives the broad message of love for India.
The Indian cricketer-turned politician gained a significant attention during the oath-taking ceremony of Prime Minister of Pakistan.