The remarks came a day after the cricketer-turned-politician stoked controversy by urging Muslim voters of a Lok Sabha constituency in Bihar with sizeable population of the minority community to vote en bloc and defeat (Prime Minister) Narendra Modi.
"Sidhu's remote lies in Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan's hands. As he keeps getting guidelines from there, he acts accordingly here," he alleged.
He alleged that for votes, Sidhu wants to divide Hindus and Muslims.
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