Kartarpur hall inauguration: Sikh pilgrims reaching Narowal

NAROWAL: Sikh pilgrims from India begin arriving on the Zero Level for immigration to attend the inauguration of a much-awaited Kartarpur hall on Saturday (at this time).

The Hall is being opened on the 550th start anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev Ji starting from Tuesday.

As per particulars, the primary group of Sikh yataris reached border terminal and gone by means of the immigration course of in a peaceable method. As many as 76 counters for the pilgrims have been made purposeful by Pakistan for the immigration. The Sikh yataris have reached Gurduwara Kartarpur Sahib.

Abiding by Prime Minister Imran Khan’s pledge, the requirement of passport and costs of $20 have been waived by Pakistan.

The inspiration stone of Kartarpur Hall to hyperlink Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan’s Narowal district with India’s Gurdaspur district was laid by PM Imran Khan, on Nov 28, 2018.

The step highlights Pakistan’s efforts for selling non secular concord and peace within the area. The Islamabad’s transfer to open the Kartarpur Hall for the facilitation of the Sikh group is being extensively appreciated by the Sikh leaders.

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The officers of Pakistan and India in a historic occasion on Oct 24 signed an settlement for opening Kartarpur Hall.

Pakistan Ministry of Overseas Affairs’ Director Normal South Asia and SAARC Dr. Muhammad Faisal and India’s Joint Secretary Exterior Affairs SCL Das signed the settlement on behalf of their respective international locations at Kartarpur Zero Level.

Within the settlement, Islamabad has saved a service charge of $20 for Sikh pilgrims visiting the Hall from the Indian aspect, unchanged. As many as 5,000 Sikh pilgrims can go to Kartarpur day by day and Pakistan will take into account the potential for permitting extra pilgrims on particular events.

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