India asks Pakistan to 'do more'

Published: March 2, 2019
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PHOTO: FILE

PHOTO: FILE

LAHORE: Amid rising tensions between Pakistan and India, New Delhi has demanded Islamabad to ‘do more’, Express News reported.

According to sources, India has demanded Pakistan to handover 20 absconders, majority of who are Sikh leaders of the Khalistan Movement.

Pakistan has been provided with a list of absconders which includes the main leaders of the Khalistan Movement.

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The list includes Babbar Khalsa leader Wadhawa Singh, Khalistan Zindabad Movement leader Sardar Ranjit Singh, Khalistan Commando Force leader Sardar Paramjeet Singh Panjwar, International Sikh Youth Federation leader Lakhbir Singh and Happy Singh.

India has long accused Pakistan of leading the Khalistan Movement. Pakistan, however, has rejected the claims.

According to sources, none of the Sikh leaders mentioned in the list reside in Pakistan.

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  • ZAK
    Mar 2, 2019 - 7:37PM

    We should take very good care of Sikh Community and their leadershipRecommend

  • pakistani
    Mar 2, 2019 - 8:39PM

    We should send a list of RSS leaders who butchered muslims in Gujrat and samjhota express and ask India to implement UN Resolutions on Kashmir

    I feel very sorry for the Sikhs. They have been used by Brahmin’s to do their fighting and are now being used for BJP’s election tactics.

    East Punjab should be given autonomy so the Sikhs are no longer used by BJP as cannon fodder.Recommend

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