Pakistani Sikh leader praises Taliban, tells Afghan Sikhs to not leave country

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Pakistan’s Khalistani Sikh leader Gopal Singh Chawla has heaped praises on the Taliban and urged the Sikhs residing in Afghanistan to not leave their country.

In a video message uploaded on Facebook on Saturday, Chawla mentioned about Taliban’s assurance to the Sikh leaders and said they must stay there and take care of gurudwara, Times Now reported.

In the video message, Chawla said, “Taliban brothers, we are happy that you have taken control of Afghanistan in your hands. The way you have shown your love for Sikhs, they will also reciprocate the same”.

Chawla further urged the Taliban to provide safety to the minority communities including Sikhs, Hindus and Christians.

He further said that if the Sikhs want to leave the country then they should come to Pakistan as minorities there are respected and not persecuted and there is religious freedom.

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