Pak PM Imran Khan my 'elder brother', says Sidhu

Punjab Congress Chief Navjot Singh Sidhu on Saturday, once again created a controversy by calling Pakistan PM Imran Khan his “elder brother”. He made this statement in an interaction with the CEO of the Kartarpur project. Expressing his love for Pakistan PM, Sidhu further said he has lots of love for the Pakistan Prime Minister.

Punjab Congress Chief Navjot Singh Sidhu on Saturday, once again created a controversy by calling Pakistan PM Imran Khan his “elder brother”. 

Sidhu was in Kartarpur to pay homage in Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara along with several Punjab ministers. 

He made this statement in an interaction with the CEO of the Kartarpur project.

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Expressing his love for Pakistan PM, Sidhu further said he has lots of love for the Pakistan Prime Minister.

After this BJP IT Cell head Amit Malviya took to twitter condemning the Congress high-command for favouring 'Pakistan loving Sidhu over veteran Amarinder Singh' 

"Rahul Gandhi's favourite Navjot Singh Sidhu calls Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan his "bada bhai". Last time he had hugged Gen Bajwa, Pakistan Army's Chief, heaped praises.

Malviya asked if it’s any surprise that the Gandhi sibling chose a Pakistan loving Sidhu over veteran Amarinder Singh. 

“Rahul Gandhi’s favourite Navjot Singh Sidhu calls Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan his “bada bhai”. Last time he had hugged Gen Bajwa, Pakistan Army’s Chief, heaped praises. Is it any surprise that the Gandhi siblings chose a Pakistan loving Sidhu over veteran Amarinder Singh?” tweeted Malviya

Earlier in 2018 Sidhu created a furore by hugging Pakistan Army Chief General Bajwa during his visit to Pakistan for Imran Khan's oath-taking ceremony