Thursday, 13 April 2017

Amarinder Singh calls Canadian safeguard serve 'Khalistani sympathizer', says won't meet him

Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday called Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan a "Khalistani sympathizer" and said he would not meet him amid his normal visit to India in the not so distant future.

"There were, truth be told, five pastors in the Justin Trudeau government who were Khalistani sympathizers and I won't have any truck with them," he guaranteed.

"They had swayed the administration to keep my entrance into Canada, where I needed to go to meet my Punjabi brethren and not to crusade for decisions," he was cited as saying in a discharge issued by his group after the program.

Amarinder's survey battle in Canada was slowed down a year ago in the keep running up to the Punjab Assembly Elections.

Sajjan, the Member of Parliament for Vancouver South, is relied upon to go to India not long from now in his first visit since his arrangement as clergyman.

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