Consistently, 5,000 travellers will be permitted to visit the Gurdwara by walking, both as people or in gatherings, Home Ministry’s Joint Secretary (Internal Security) SCL Das told journalists after the second Joint Secretary-level respective gathering at Wagah, over the universal fringe in Pakistan.
India raised the interest for enabling 10,000 extra explorers to visit the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara on unique events. Pakistan on Sunday concurred on a basic level to permit sans visa, year-long travel for Indian international ID holders and OCI cardholders to the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara.
Consistently, 5,000 pioneers will be permitted to visit the Gurdwara by walking, both as people or in gatherings, Home Ministry’s Joint Secretary (Internal Security) SCL Das told journalists after the second Joint Secretary-level two-sided meeting at Wagah, over the global outskirt in Pakistan.
Pakistan featured the infrastructural requirements on their side and passed on that they might most likely oblige a considerable lot of the Indian proposition in a staged way, he said.
India raised the interest for enabling 10,000 extra travellers to visit the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara on extraordinary events.
The Kartarpur sanctum in Pakistan’s Narowal locale over the Ravi is the place Guru Nanak Dev, the author of Sikhism, spent his last days and is very adored by the Sikh people group. It is around 4 km from the Dera Baba Nanak holy place in Gurdaspur.
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