Amritsar, Dec 11 : The Dal Khalsa on Tuesday said Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh has become a new pawn in the hands of Hindutva masters, who wants him to be used in the India's larger game plan to scuttle the Kartarpur corridor project and create fissures among the Sikhs.
The organization believes that earlier it was Parkash Singh Badal who played the role of Delhi's "yes man" in Punjab.
After participating in the groundbreaking ceremonies on both sides of fence, Indian state and their “yes man” in Punjab (read Amarinder) were making noises that corridor project is a game plan of Pakistan army, Dal Khalsa spokesperson Kanwar Pal Singh said in a statement here.
By saying so Amarinder Singh has virtually conceded that Indian government and Punjab ministers have fallen into Pakistan’s trap. If Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh are so naive, than they must resign, he remarked.
At personal level, Captain's outburst is directed somewhat by egoistical reasons as he can not digest the overall appreciation of Navjot Singh Sidhu for his positive and encouraging role in the corridor issue, he said.
Taking a jibe at Amarinder, the Dal Khalsa leader said if one goes by erstwhile Maharaja’s after thoughts than whatever happens in East Punjab, the credit or discredit goes to Pakistan’s ISI.
Referring to Badals staging drama at Darbar Sahib to seek forgiveness for their sins and blunders, he said Amarinder too is committing political blunders one after the other. (UNI)