The Hush Post: The Indian youth who was part of the Sikh delegation and had gone missing in Pakistan has been traced. 25-year-old Amarjit had gone to meet his friend without caring to informing the delegation with which he had gone to Pakistan as part of the pilgrimage.
Amarjit was traced to Shekhupura in Pakistan. It has now come to light that he slipped out without telling anyone that he was going to meet his friend. He even misled his friend whom he wanted to meet. But when his Pakistani friend came to know through TV reports that a man who was part of the Sikh delegation was missing, he immediately informed the authorities that Amarjit was staying with him.
Twenty-five-year-old Amarjit Singh, was one of the Sikh devotees who had gone to Pakistan.
Amarjit is a resident of a village Nirajanpura, Verka in outer Amritsar. He had gone with the Sikh Jatha and was part of the 1794 member Sikh delegation which visited Pakistan on the occasion of Baisakhi. When the delegation returned, Amarjit wasn’t part of the delegation.
Earlier, a Hoshiarpur woman Kiranbala who too had gone to Pakistan married a man in Lahore and refused to come to India. The Sikh delegation came back with two members less — one was Kiran bala and the other Amarjit Singh.
Meanwhile, Kiranbala has been granted six months visa to live in Pakistan. More importantly, Kiranbala is a mother of three children back home in Garhshankar, Hoshiarpur.