Ajay Singh Deol aka Sunny Deol is a Bollywood actor, director, and producer, also he is a politician. Sunny Deol entered the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) party on 23rd April 2019. Against his rival Sunil Jakhar of Indian National Congress (INC) with a margin of 82,459 votes, he defeated him and won the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 from Gurdaspur Consistency. This shows Deol also has an interest in politics alongside his acting career. He got fame through Bollywood cinemas and received two National Film Awards and two Film fare awards. Recently, on the opening of Pakistan-India Kartarpur Corridor for our Sikh pilgrims community, in the past few days, where thousands of Sikhs visit Pakistan for Kartarpur Ordinance and we found out some Indian Celebrities headed over to Pakistan which includes Navjot Singh Sidhu and Sunny Deol.
Both of them spoke up about the peace and love gestures Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, and warm-hearted people of Pakistan showed towards this Ordinance.
The Bharatiya Janata Party, Member of Parliament, Sunny Deol opened up to a local Television channel in India, right after arriving back, he addressed,
“It was an honorable visit, I must say. I hope that the Kartarpur corridor further helps in the future for maintaining love and the peace I have received. This was our beginning genesis concern towards peace.”
While praising the love and generousness he received from Pakistanis, he added,
“The people of Pakistan showed immense love, respect, and hospitality and it was a nicely considerable initiative and I am looking forward to expecting that things will continue like this.”
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On 24th October 2019, Pakistan and India signed an agreement for the opening up of the Kartarpur Corridor. Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan lessen the tensions over the borders and both of the countries through this peace gesture to Sikh pilgrims in India to travel Pakistan without any need for a visa.
Last week, Navjot Singh Sidhu and Ajay Singh Deol aka Sunny Deol were the first representatives from India that made their way into Pakistan for the opening of the Kartarpur Ordinance.