Bhindranwale's picture in Pakistan song for Kartarpur, displeasing Captain Amarinder Singh

Amarinder Singh
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  Amarinder Singh: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has questioned the intention of the Government of Pakistan by making the basis of the songs released for the opening ceremony of the Kartarpur Corridor. 

He has accused Pakistan of 'running a hidden agenda'.

Three songs were posted on Monday (November 4) from the official Twitter handle of the Government of Pakistan. Pakistan has described it as the 'official song' for the opening ceremony of the corridor. Capt Amarinder Singh is raising Pakistan in the dock with this song.

Amarinder Singh

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A picture of Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale appears on this poster. Separatist leader Bhindranwale was killed in 1984 in 'Operation Blue Star', run at the Golden Temple in Amritsar. In this poster, 'Referendum 2020' is also written. Those who demand a separate Khalistan have been talking about a referendum.

Separatists Shahbeg Singh and Amrik Singh are also seen in this poster. The song was also released on Facebook.

Captain Amarinder Singh has put Pakistan in the dock with the video. He has claimed that he has been constantly warning about this.

Capt Amarinder Singh said, "I have been warning from the very first day that Pakistan has a hidden agenda here."
Amarinder Singh
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Corridor will open on November 9

The Kartarpur Corridor is scheduled to open on November 9. Kartarpur Corridor will connect Dera Baba Nanak in Punjab with Darbar Saheb in Kartarpur. Earlier people had to take visa and go to Darbar Saheb via Lahore which was a long way. On November 9, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the corridor from India and Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan from Pakistan.

Congress leader and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu also appears in the video released by Pakistan. Sidhu has also asked the government to go to Kartarpur.
 Amarinder Singh
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Imran Khan wrote, "I congratulate my government for preparing Kartarpur in record time for the 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak."

But the very next day i.e. on November 4, the video released by the Government of Pakistan started a new controversy. After the pro-Khalistan faces appear in this video, many people in India have asked Pakistan's questions, making sharp comments on social media.
 Amarinder Singh
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The official song for the Kartarpur Corridor was also released in Chandigarh on Wednesday. The song was released in the presence of Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, in the presence of Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, former Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and former Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.

Earlier, Pakistan had made a $ 20 service fee mandatory for pilgrims coming to Kartarpur. There was a dispute about this too. India had requested Pakistan not to take the fee. However, then Pakistan had said that it would not allow it.

Later Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan had informed on Twitter that pilgrims will not be charged any fee on Guruji's 550th birth anniversary and inauguration.