Imran sworn in Pak army chief Sidhu, sworn in with the President of the PoK, increased controversy

New Delhi: Imran Khan took oath as the new Prime Minister of Pakistan and the oath of secrecy. On this occasion, the controversy over former Indian cricketer and politician Navjot Singh Sidhu seems to be growing. The leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader, Imran Khan, who was made a cricketer in the oath-taking ceremony, has been a controversy over the Congress leader and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu. Indeed, photographs of Imran Khan's swearing in the media, Navjot Singh Sidhu seems to be sitting on the seat next to Chief Minister of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir (POK) Masood Khan.

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In the picture released by the news agency ANI, it appears that Navjot Singh Sidhu has been seated next to President Maud Khan of Pakistani occupied Kashmir (POK) in the oath-taking ceremony of Imran Khan. There is a dispute about it now that finally the Pakistan government sat Navjot Singh Sidhu on a seat with Masood Khan, or himself Navjot Singh Sidhu sat. However, no official response has been received so far.
The dispute over Sidhu being held with the chief of POK Masood Khan is also decided because the PoK has been the cause of a feud between India and Pakistan since the beginning. Pakistan has been claiming itself on the POK since its inception. There is an atmosphere of tension between India and Pakistan for a long time about Kashmir. This is the reason why the controversy over Sidhu's seat is being considered to increase.

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