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Pakistan will use Kartarpur for Khalistan terror: Former army chief

Pakistan will use Kartarpur for Khalistan terror: Former army chief

Mangalore Today News Network

Pakistan, Aug 23, 2019 : Former Pak army chief Gen Mirza Aslam Beg has said that the country will use Kartarpur corridor for Khalistan terror, Yahoo reported.



"Pakistan army and the government should create trouble for India through Khalistan movement," Mirza Aslam said.

Attacking PM Modi, Mirza Aslam Beg said that the terror ’jihad’ was the "only way to teach India a lesson". He also said, "The Indian army at LoC cannot stop the jihadis."

Mirza Aslam Beg has expressed earlier also that he wants a hybrid war against India. Jihad is being propagated by many former Pakistan chiefs and high commissioners.

Earlier in August, PM Imran Khan had threatened India of war and said people of his country are ready to fight for the "freedom" of Kashmir.

It followed the Indian government’s decision to scrap Article 370, which granted special status to Jammu and Kashmir.

Accusing the Indian government of making a "strategic blunder", the Pakistan prime minister said, "He (Narendra Modi) is playing his final card but it is going to be very expensive for India."

On July 24, in the exhaustive 23-page dossier that India handed over to Pakistan at a high-level delegation at the Wagah border, the government listed out its concerns about pro-Khalistan elements that are promoting anti-India activities.

India has in its dossier shared a detailed list of events between 2016 and 2019 that were orchestrated by Khalistani elements. India has said that the four annual Indian Sikh Jathas who visit important gurdwaras in Pakistan every year under a bilateral protocol to visit religious shrines (1974), have been regularly subjected to anti-lndia propaganda during their visit against the spirit of the protocol and in complete subversion of the objective of the noble bilateral arrangement.

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