Tuesday , May 26 2020

Pak-Ind to open Kartarpur corridor to facilitate Sikh pilgrims

Pakistan and India peacefully agreed over the opening of Kartarpur corridor to facilitate Sikh pilgrims.

India has said that they will build the corridor till Nankana Gurdaspur in Pakistan from Dera Baba in India.The approval for this corridor was given by Narendra Modi on Thursday.

This open corridor is giving the pilgrims easy access to Sikhs going to Gurdwara Darbar Singh, which is positioned near Narowal.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi recently tweeted:

On the other hand, Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh remarked that the cabinet has made a “landmark decision” and the two countries have peacefully agreed over this matter. His tweet revealed the decision made by Indian government.
Indians have also vowed to install a high-powered telescope for the pilgrims to see Kartarpur.
Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry took to twitter to

Around 3,000 Sikh pilgrims reached Lahore from India on Wednesday to take part in the celebrations of Guru Nanak’s birth anniversary.

The pilgrims were welcomed by the members of Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) at the Wagah Railway Station.

Navjot Singh Sidhu, a minister from India’s Punjab province appreciated the step and requested the Prime Minister Imran Khan to take reciprocal steps.

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