Forward of Kartarpur Corridor’s inauguration, Prime Minister Imran Khan waived off two necessities for the Sikh pilgrims touring to Paksitan on the event of Baba Guru Nanak’s 550th start anniversary.
In a tweet, the premier stated members of the Sikh group coming to Kartapur from India is not going to want a passport. “They’ll have the ability to journey with a sound id card.”
For Sikhs coming for pilgrimage to Kartarpur from India, I’ve waived off 2 necessities: i) they wont want a passport – only a legitimate ID; ii) they not should register 10 days upfront. Additionally, no price might be charged on day of inauguration & on Guruji’s 550th birthday
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) November 1, 2019
The pilgrims will not should register 10 days upfront, he stated. PM Imran additionally waived off price on the day of inauguration and the start anniversary on November 12.
The Kartarpur Corridor might be inaugurated by the premier on November 9 – three days earlier than the 550th start anniversary festivities. 1000’s of Sikh pilgrims are touring to Nankana Sahib to rejoice the 550th start anniversary of their non secular founder.
The settlement to open the corridor was signed between Islamabad and New Delhi in October. The Kartarpur Hall will enable Sikh pilgirms to go to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib – one among Sikhism’s holiest pilgrimage websites in Narowal district of Punjab – with no visa.
The corridor – about six kilometres lengthy – connects Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur, the final resting place of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev Ji, with Dera Baba Nanak Sahib, one other Sikh holy website within the Indian state of Punjab.
The settlement between Pakistan and India is being seen as uncommon cooperation between the 2 bitter neighbours after a navy confrontation in February that noticed Indian warplanes violating Pakistan’s airspace and dropping bombs and Pakistan downing two Indian jets following retaliatory air strikes inside Indian Occupied Kashmir.