“Strongly oppose idea of Khalistan but...” Congress Punjab chief amid India-Canada row

PUNJAB: Amid the India-Canada standoff, Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) president Amrinder Singh Raja Warring Friday made it clear that they strongly oppose the idea of Khalistan but in the same breath opposed labelling of their youth as "anti-nationals".

He also emphasised that the "malicious attempts to tarnish our youngsters must be repulsed".

"While we at @INCPunjab strongly oppose the idea of Khalistan & have actively fought our battles against anti-national forces, I strongly oppose labelling of our youngsters like @Shubhworldwide, who speak for Punjab as anti-nationals. We Punjabis don't need to give any proof about our nationalism. This propaganda being pushed by certain forces against Punjabis to undermine us is highly condemnable. Malicious attempts to tarnish our youngsters must be repulsed. Jai Hind! Jai Punjab!", Amrinder Singh Raja Warring posted on X.

Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu on Thursday said that Ottawa has takenon the role of what Pakistan used to be earlier.


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