LAHORE: Following the Kartarpur Corridor – a mission that connects Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan’s Narowal district with Dera Baba Nanak in India’s Gurdaspur District – Islamabad on Monday gave a inexperienced single to open Sharda Temple Corridor in Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) for Hindu pilgrims, notably within the neighbouring nation.
In keeping with The News Observers, sources within the ministry of international affairs mentioned India’s international ministry already sent a proposal to open the corridor on this regard.
“After Kartarpur, a bit of huge information is within the offing for Hindus. Among the authorities officers will go to the world and can later submit a report back to the prime minister,” mentioned the sources on the ministry of foreign affairs.
Sharda temple is without doubt one of the most historical temples of Hindus. This temple is about 5,000 years outdated which was established in 237 BC in the course of the reign of Maharaja Ashoka. Near the temple, there’s a pond known as ‘Madomati’ – its water is as sacred to the neighborhood members as
“Pakistan has determined to open the Sharda temple. I’m going to go to the place in a few days. I may also ship a report on this regard to Prime Minister Imran Khan. Work on the mission will begin from the present 12 months after which Hindus in Pakistan may also be capable to go to the positioning,” Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) member of the National Assembly (MNA) Dr Ramesh Kumar advised the News Observers.
Final 12 months, Prime Minister Imran Khan had carried out ground-breaking of 4 kilometres-long Kartarpur Corridor in Narowal. The ceremony was adopted by non secular rituals of the Sikh neighborhood. The corridor will facilitate the Sikh pilgrims visiting their most sacred sites in Pakistan.