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Amarinder Singh hopes Pakistan’s decision won’t affect Kartarpur corridor

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 7 August 2019
Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday expressed concern over Pakistan’s decision to downgrade diplomatic ties with India but hoped the move would not adversely impact the construction of the Kartarpur Corridor.
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