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Pak continues hate propaganda on Kartarpur; claims bomb dropped by IAF to destroy Gurudwara

New Delhi: Just a day ahead of the historic opening of the Kartarpur Corridor, Pakistan has fuelled another hate propaganda to instigate the Sikh community against India.

Sources on Thursday revealed that the Pakistani army has put up a banner inside the Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara premises, which falsely states that “Indian Air Force had in 1971 dropped a bomb at Gurudwara Darbar Sahib Sri Kartarpur Sahib with an aim to destroy it.”

Pakistan has also said that the “bomb landed into the sacred well which was used by Guru Nanak Dev.”

“Indian Air Force dropped this bomb during 1971 at Gurudwara Darbar Sahib Sri Kartarpur Sahib with the aim to destroy it. However, this evil design could not be materialised due to the blessings of Waheguru ji (Almighty Allah). The said bomb landed into Sri Khoo Sahib (sacred well) and Darbar Sahib remained unhurt. It is pertinent to mention that this is the same sacred well from where Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji used to get water to irrigate his fields,” reads the text on the banner.

This shows how much hatred the country has towards India, which is relentlessly taking every chance to make advantage out of it.

Earlier this week, the Pakistani government released a video showing posters of Khalistani separatist leaders Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale, Major General (retd) Shabeg Singh and Amrik Singh Khalsa in the background. They were killed in Operation Blue Star at Golden Temple in June 1984. But the Indian Army had conducted Operation Blue Star to free Golden Temple from terrorists hidden inside the temple.

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