Islamabad: On Nov 9, Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan stated that the 550th birthday of Baba Guru Nanak to be renowned on Nov 12. Imran Khan will initiate the significant Kartarpur Corridor, the first Visa-Free passageway between Pakistan & India since their individuality in August 1947.
In a little duration of 1 year, Pakistan has accomplished the building, employed a contract with India after hard discussions and gifted the Kartarpur Corridor to the Sikh public for indorsing spiritual concord.
In the meantime, thousands of aiming Sikh pilgrims are on their way to visit Baba Guru Nanak’s tomb – one of Sikhism’s most divine places in Pakistan where Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, who died in the 16th Span.
Without a visa, Sikh pilgrims are predictable to visit the tomb on the 550th Birth Anniversary of the organizer of Sikhism in the initial November. The passageway leads from the border straightforward to the Gurdwara.
While Sikh travelers do not need a visa for Pakistan; though they are obligatory to get a license before their leaving.
The Sikh minority in India has long required stress-free entree to the temple, which is just over the border in Pakistan.