Sikh Military Tour Concerned in India Concerns
New Delhi: The visit of Britain’s Sikh military to Pakistan has become a matter of concern for Indian intelligence agencies. The Sikh military delegation will meet Army Chief Javed Bajwa in Pakistan. However, the visit was an attempt to send a message of all religions to Pakistan
But Indian intelligence agencies have alerted the military. Intelligence agencies view the Defense Sikh Network as suspicious. The reason for this is that DSNA commented on Operation Blue Star.
DSNA recently commented on Operation Blue Star and posted a graphic of Indian Army operations on its Instagram page. A 15-member DSN delegation then left for Pakistan on June 9 at the invitation of Pakistan’s Army Chief General Kamar Bajwa.
The Pakistan Army has allegedly tried to show the Sikh delegation tour that their doors are open to all religious communities. While the whole world knows that, Pakistan has a long way to go in saying and doing. In such a scenario, Indian intelligence agencies suspect that DSN’s crop tour and meeting with Army Chief Bajwa are giving a big signal.
A spokesman for the British High Commission in New Delhi said the visit was an opportunity for members of the delegation to visit places of historical and religious significance. The personal views of Army personnel do not necessarily influence the views of the Ministry of Defense.