Kartarpur and Khalistan: Why Pakistan Army has been so eager to open corridor with India


With the Kartarpur corridor, the revival of Khalistani terror in Punjab is once again a real threat. Days before the opening of the corridor, Pakistan’s official video to mark the ceremony featured pictures of three Khalistani separatists, including Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.

While Punjab CM Amarinder Singh called out the “hidden agenda” of Pakistan, sources in the Narendra Modi government were quoted as saying that “powers larger than the civil government of Pakistan are pushing the project”.

With pro-Khalistan groups demanding ‘Referendum 2020’ and Pakistan being accused of supporting them, the ISI can use the Kartarpur corridor to send terrorists inside Punjab disguised as pilgrims, revive insurgency, and supply drugs and money illegally. Read More

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