Former Indian cricketer Navjot Singh Siddhu's speech that he feels closer to Pakistan than South India has got viral and has become a huge topic of controversy now. A minister from Punjab, Siddhu was initially a member of the BJP party and became an MP but had later exited the party and entered Congress party.
Now under Congress ruled Punjab, he's serving the role of cultural department minister. In a speech he made in Himachal Pradesh he said that if he went to south India he cannot understand their language, except vanakkam and he could not eat south Indian food daily, but if he goes to Pakistan they speak Punjabi and follow the culture which makes him feel like being at Punjab itself.
This speech has become controversial and many netizens have given opinions trolling that Siddhu can become minister of Pakistan.
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