Pakistan exhibits Indian bomb from 1971 war at Kartarpur gurudwara website

Mumbai: on a daily basis before the gap of the Kartarpur passageway, a recent difference of opinion has emerged owing to associate exhibit place at the gurudwara website by Pakistani authorities, according Hindustan Times.

According to many Indians World Health Organization were a part of a personal cluster that recently visited room European Gurudwara in Pakistan’s Kartarpur, Pakistani authorities created associate exhibit that includes atiny low bomb that was supposedly born on the shrine by the Indian Air Force throughout the 1971 war. The bomb has been placed inside a glass case placed atop on atiny low pillar embellished with the ‘khanda’, an emblem representing the Sikh religion. A board erected next to the pillar includes a description that reads: “Miracle of Waheguruji.”
The board any states: “Indian Air Force born this Bomb throughout 1971 at Gurdwara Darbar European Sri Kartarpur European with the aim to destroy it. However, this evil style couldn’t be materialised thanks to blessing of Waheguru Islamic Community (Almighty Allah). The aforesaid bomb landed into Sri Khoo European (Sacred Well) and this Darbar European remained unheart (sic). it’s pertinent to say that this is often identical sacred well from wherever Sri Guru Nanak Dev Islamic Community accustomed get water to irrigate his fields.”

There was no immediate response from Indian officers on the problem.

Earlier on, another difference of opinion hit the celebrations once a song discharged by Asian country to mark the gap of the passageway featured posters of Khalistani separatist leaders.(FA9NEWS)

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