While Sidhu had chosen to go to Pakistan, at the invitation of Pakistan Prime Minister and former fellow cricketer Imran Khan, Amarinder Singh declined the invite saying that the Pakistan Army was killing Indian soldiers and conspiring to revive terrorism in Punjab.
Sidhu on Wednesday said the controversy over his visit -- and his subsequent remarks about the Chief Minister -- was unnecessarily raked up. "A mountain was made out of a mole hill. I have nothing more to say," Sidhu told the media.
Sidhu later clarified that Amarinder Singh was like a "fatherly figure" for him.
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