PM Imran Khan expresses desire to name forest reserve after Guru Nanak in presence of pro-Khalistan leader

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Pakistan PM Imran Khan wants to rename Baloki Forest Reserve after Baba Guru Nanak and has also expressed desire to establish a university in his name.

New Delhi: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan announced to rename Baloki Forest Reserve after Baba Guru Nanak and expressed his desire to establish a university in his name. Khan made the announcement during the launch ceremony of the Spring Tree Plantation 2019 drive at Balloki in Nankana Sahib on Saturday. Incidentally, Gopal Singh Chawla a senior leader of Pakistan Sikh Gurudwara Prabhandak Committee (PSGPC) was also invited to the event. Singh is the general secretary of the PSGPC and is known as a pro-Khalistan stance.

Addressing the gathering, Khan also said that Pakistan belongs to all citizens equally and his government will ensure that Sikh pilgrims are facilitated for the 550th anniversary of Guru Nanak.Chawla had also met Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu when he visited Pakistan for Kartarpur corridor event. The matter came to light after the pro-Khalistan supporter shared a picture on his Facebook page. Sidhu later claimed that he had no idea who Chawla was.

Meanwhile, former Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti praised the Imran Khan for this grand gesture and slammed the BJP. In a tweet, Mufti said that while India government’s top priority is seemingly renaming historic cities and building Ram Mandir but on the other hand, Pakistan has initiated steps to name Baloki forest reserve after Guru Nanak and create a university under his name.

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