Pakistan Governor: All Captured Sikh Heritage Sites Will Be Recovered

The Pakistan’s Governor of Punjab Chaudary Sarwar stated during the Sikh Convention in Lahore, Pakistan that all Sikh religious sites under the control of certain groups or organizations will be recovered by the government. The move comes after Pakistan aims to establish itself for the Sikh Tourism with the Kartarpur Corridor opening in November.

India and Pakistan on Wednesday agreed on Visa-Free travel by Indian vistors to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib utilizing the proposed Kartarpur Corridor however held back before finishing a concurrence on the cross-border entry.

Prior, the different sides had concurred that Pakistan will enable 5,000 Indian vistors to visit the gurdwara consistently utilizing the arranged corridor, and the numbers could be more on religious events.

Be that as it may, the two neighbors on Wednesday couldn’t settle the draft concurrence on the corridor, with Pakistan demanding charging an administration expense from Indian vistors and not enabling convention authorities to go with them.

Pakistan has proposed an expense of USD 20 for every explorer for visiting the gurdwara. India said the sum was not an issue, yet on propitious events, no expense is charged for visiting any gurdwara on the planet.

The proposed hallway will interface Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur with Dera Baba Nanak place of worship in Gurdaspur locale of Punjab, to stamp the 550th birth commemoration of Guru Nanak Dev in November.

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