BJP strongly criticizes Indian Punjab leader, Demanding Pakistan to restore trade

Chandigarh: BJP and the opposition have severely criticized the state government for the demand of Indian Punjab to restore trade with Pakistan, calling it pro-Pakistan.

According to the report of the British Broadcasting Corporation, the Indian state of Punjab has recently demanded the central government in a conference organized by the center to resume trade with Pakistan because the farmers and traders of Punjab will suffer a lot if the trade is stopped. Is.

Both the ruling BJP and the opposition have criticized the Punjab government’s demand and termed the state’s Aam Aadmi Party government as ‘pro-Pakistani’.

The demand to restore trade with Pakistan was made by Punjab Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal at a conference of State Agriculture Ministers organized by the Centre. Dhaliwal had demanded the government to reopen trade with Pakistan.

According to reports, the matters that were decided to be taken up or further considered after this meeting included the question of resumption of trade with Punjab.

But as soon as this news came in the media, BJP and Congress severely criticized the Aam Aadmi Party of Punjab. BJP’s senior spokesperson Shahzad Poonewala called the Aam Aadmi Party as PPP i.e. Pakist Party.

In a tweet, he said that AAP’s Pakistanism is similar to Congress’s love of Pakistan. Like the Congress, the AAP also raised questions about the surgical strike. He asked for evidence about Balakot and blamed India for Pulwama.

It should be noted that Pakistan suspended trade relations with India on August 7, 2019, two days after the abrogation of Article 370, which granted special status to Indian-administered Kashmir.

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