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Sidhu’s name cleared in Amritsar train Accident

Amid criticisms and trolls for going to Pakistan, a good news Finally arrived for Punjab State Minister and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu. A magistrate inquiry was called to check if Navjot Singh Sidhu and his wife was responsible for the Amritsar Train accident. And the report cleared both the names of Sidhu and his wife.

 

According to a news report by News18, the report was prepared by a DC showed that the event was organised by a son of a Congress Councilor.

The accident, about which the case is, happened on 19th of October in Amritsar District of Punjab. In the accident, more than sixty casualties happened.

 

The report which cleared the name of Navjot Singh Sidhu clearly depicts that Sidhu was not present in the city when the grim accident happened. The report also claims that his wife cannot be held for an accident as she was just a guest and not an organiser of the event.

 

Navjot Kaur Sidhu told the news agency ANI that it is just a conspiracy of maligning the good image of Sidhu family. She said, “If I am called to attend an event and an incident takes place there, then how am I responsible for it?”

 

Navjot Kaur Sidhu on reports of being given a clean chit in Magistrate inquiry into #AmritsarTrainAccident: If I am called to attend an event and an incident takes place there, then how am I responsible for it? These are attempts to malign the name of Sidhu family. pic.twitter.com/op6YNAZBu7

— ANI (@ANI) December 6, 2018

The report will be submitted to Punjab Cheif Minister Amarinder Singh once it is passed by the District Magistrate.

 

Just after few days of the incident, Sidhu went to Pakistan which gained him criticism. Sidhu was in Pakistan for attending the inaugural ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor Project. The corridor is an initiative by Pakistani PM Imran Khan to connect Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur area of the country’s Narowal district, where the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, died in 1539, to Dera Baba Nanak in India’s Punjab state.

 

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