Ahead of Kartarpur corridor talks, Pakistan removes Pro-Khalistan leader Gopal Singh Chawla from the panel

Ahead of Kartarpur corridor talks, Pakistan removes Pro-Khalistan leader Gopal Singh Chawla from the panel
Ahead of Kartarpur corridor talks, Pakistan removes Pro-Khalistan leader Gopal Singh Chawla from the panel

As just few hours are left ahead of the second round of India-Pakistan meet on Kartarpur Corridor Talks, Pakistan’s federal Cabinet has removed Gopal Singh Chawla, the member of Pakistan Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, on Friday. India raised objections for the Pro-Khalistani Leader Gopal Singh Chawla being the part of Kartarpur project.

Pakistan in an official statement said the federal government of Pakistan has pleased to re-constitute Pakistan Sikh Gurudwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC). Meanwhile, India and Pakistan are set to meet for a second time on July 14, Sunday. The second round of Kartarpur talks will focus on the issues related Kartarpur corridor.

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Earlier, the first round of Kartarpur Corridor Talks was held on March 14 on the Indian side of the Attaro-Wagah border, following this the second round is set to be conducted on July 14 at the Pakistani side of Wagah-Border. Meanwhile, the second round of Kartarpur Corridor talks was earlier scheduled for April 2, but as India objected Pro-Khalistani Leader Chawla link to the Kartarput project, the new date is announced as July 14.

-PTC News