I get unforgettable love, respect during my visit: Sidhu
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Veteran Indian Cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu on Sunday said that he got unforgettable love and respect during his visit to Pakistan.
Speaking to the journalist before leaving for India, he said that he can never forget the love, which he received from Pakistani nation, till his death. Sidhu said he is leaving Pakistan after laying foundation of a good initiative for peace, love, and harmony.
He expressed the hope that someone will construct a building of peace on the foundations he has laid down.
To a question, he proposed a match between champions of Indian Premier League and Pakistan Super League. He said cricket plays an important role in bringing people together.
– Sidhu, Sarwar discuss ways to boost Pak-India relations –
Former Indian test cricketer met with PTI leader and nominated Punjab Governor, Chaudhry Muhmmad Sarwar in Lahore. They discussed matters of mutual interest, especially ways to boost Pak-India mutual relations.
During the meeting, Najvot Singh Sidhu thanked Pakistani government and nation for the love and hospitality showered on him during his visit, to attend oath-taking ceremony of new Prime Minister, Imran Khan.