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“I would have taken Kartarpur Sahib” from Pakistan after Bangladesh War: PM Modi’s first rally in Punjab, mentions CAA

“”I would have taken Kartarpur Sahib” from Pakistan after Bangladesh War: PM Modi’s first rally in Punjab, mentions CAA”, Swarajyamag, May 23, 2024:

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed his first rally in Punjab for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections on Thursday (23 May) and mentioned the work done by him for the upliftment of Sikhs.

He alleged in Patiala that Congress hates everything that respects our faith and slammed it for such a partition that “we used to have Kartarpur Sahib darshan through binoculars for 70 years.”

“When Bangladesh war happened, over 90,000 Pakistani soldiers surrendered and were in our custody. We had the trump card. If Modi would have been at that time, then I would have taken Kartarpur Sahib in exchange for their soldiers,” the PM said…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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