Praises continue to pour in for Pakistan and Prime Minister Imran Khan for opening the Kartarpur Corridor between Pakistan and India to facilitate Sikh Yatrees. In what was defined as a historic moment in Pakistan’s history and for the relations between Islamabad and New Delhi, many hailed the move. Hailing the initiative, UK Sikhs conferred ‘Lifetime achievement’ award upon PM Imran and the US State Department welcomed the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor, terming it a positive example.Brushing all of that aside, the Indian media continues to blame Pakistan and Prime Minister Imran Khan for every transgression between the two countries. Indian politician and columnists Sudheendra Kulkarni also question the Indian media’s attitude towards its neighbour.“My Sikh neighbours in Mumbai set up a ‘langar’ to celebrate Guru Nanak today. They were happy when I said I’ll be going Kartarpur Sahib soon. But they asked, ‘Why are our TV channels blaming Pakistan all the time? Imran Khan has made good arrangements.’ Good Q,” he tweeted. PM Imran inaugurated the extended Gurdwara Darbar Sahib and the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9.Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, situated in Kartarpur, is the second holiest place for the Sikh community. This is 120 km away from Lahore and situated in a small village of Kotheypind at the bank of River Ravi – at a distance of only four km from Pakistan-India border. According to the agreement reached between Pakistan and India, 5,000 Sikh yatrees (pilgrims) will be allowed to visit the Gurdwara through the corridor.