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Manmohan Singh likely to turn down Pakistan invite to Kartarpur

IndiaTimes Monday, 30 September 2019
Pakistan announced on Monday that it has decided to invite Singh. In a video statement, Pakistani foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said his country has decided to invite Singh after consultations with all stakeholders. “We have decided after consultation that we want to invite former Indian PM Manmohan Singh to the Kartarpur Corridor inauguration. Sikhism is Singh’s religion and he is a representative of the Sikh community,” Qureshi said.
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