Pakistan is altogether equipped to give green sign to open the Sharda Temple hallway in Pakistan-involved Kashmir (PoK), a move which the nation sees as another significant advance towards de-heightening of pressures with India after Kartarpur passage.
The choice to open the Sharda Temple passage will be the second significant choice that Islamabad will take to encourage the Hindu explorers in India.
The Pilgrims had requested assistance for Sharda Devi sanctuary simply like the Kartarpur passage.
Sources in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) affirmed that India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) had just sent a proposition to open the passageway.
“After Kartarpur, a bit of huge news is in the offing for Hindus. A portion of the administration authorities will visit the territory and later present a report to the leader,” an authority of MOFA said.
Sharda Devi sanctuary is one of the antiquated sanctuaries of Hindus, situated in the Neelum Valley in PoK at the edge of the Line of Control (LoC).
The sanctuary is in any event 5,000 years of age and was built up in 237 BC during Ashoka’s rule.
The sanctuary is connected to a lake called ‘Madomati’, the water of which is known to be holy.
Ramesh Kumar, individual from the National Assembly of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) likewise affirmed the news.
“Pakistan has chosen to open the Sharda sanctuary. I am going to visit the spot in a few days. I will likewise send a report in such manner to Prime Minister Imran Khan. Work on the task will begin from the present year after which Hindus in Pakistan will likewise have the option to visit the site,” Ramesh Kumar said.
The choice to open the Sharda Temple Corridor is being viewed as a significant advance by Pakistan towards harmony with India, stating that exchange is the main path towards an answer for facilitate the pressure between the two atomic forces.