PM Modi is jealous of him getting invited to Pakistan, claims Navjot Singh Sidhu, gets slammed by Netizens

In a new statement, Congress Minister from Punjab, Navjot Singh Sidhu has accused Prime Minister Modi of being jealous of him because he was invited to attend Imran Khan's oath-taking ceremony.

In a new statement, Congress Minister from Punjab, Navjot Singh Sidhu has accused Prime Minister Modi of being jealous of him because he was invited to attend Imran Khan’s oath-taking ceremony. Sidhu raised the Godhra bogey as well despite the fact that no evidence was ever found of Narendra Modi’s personal involvement in the riots as the then Chief Minister of Gujarat.

Sidhu has come under severe criticism from all quarters for attending Imran Khan’s oath-taking ceremony as Prime Minister amidst the troubled relationship between the two countries in recent times. He was criticized by Punjab Chief Minister himself for hugging the Pakistani Army Chief.

People on social media were not pleased with Sidhu’s latest remarks accusing the Prime Minister of jealousy.

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Some were wondering if he was issuing such statements to deflect attention from the Amritsar Tragedy.

We had reported earlier that a video had emerged where the event organizer could be heard boasting about people standing on railway tracks for Navjot Kaur, wife of Navoj Singh Sidhu before an incoming train killed many standing on those very tracks.

It appears that Sidhu’s inane remarks are only denting his already compromised reputation further.

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