India reschedules 2 April talks with Pakistan on Kartarpur corridor, asserts route shouldn’t be used for anti-India activities


India on Friday rescheduled its 2 April meet on Kartarpur corridor with Pakistan at the Wagah border. New Delhi has sought clarification from Pakistan on some technical matters flagged during the last meeting held in Attari.

The development comes only days after Chief Minister of Punjab Amarinder Singh said that he did not trust Pakistan’s intent behind opening of the Kartarpur corridor, saying their agenda was “nefarious and political” and aimed at “exploiting” the sentiments of the Sikhs.

Indian Officials have raised concerns over some controversial appointments made by Pakistan to a committee associated with the Kartarpur corridor Read More

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