The Moment Sri Kartarpur Corridor Was Opened

The Sri Kartarpur Sahib corridor was inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi.

Here is the video when the corridor was officially opened:

PM Modi inaugurates Kartarpur Sahib Corridor, flags off Jatha

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Posted by JagBani on Friday, November 8, 2019
  • The Kartarpur corridor is open from dawn to dusk.
  • Indian pilgrims of all faiths and persons of Indian origin can use the corridor.
  • Each pilgrim may have to necessarily register himself online on the portal prakashpurb550.mha.gov.in and choose to travel on any day.
  • A pilgrim must register for the Integrated Check Post to visit to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib in Pakistan.
  • The pilgrims’ travel will be visa free.
  • Pilgrims need to carry a valid passport.
  • Persons of Indian origin need to carry Overseas Citizenship of India (OCI) card along with the passport of their country.
  • The pilgrims travelling in the morning will have to return on the same day.
  • The corridor will be operational throughout the year, except on notified days, to be informed in advance.
  • The pilgrims will have a choice to visit as individuals or in groups, and also to travel on foot. India will send the list of pilgrims to Pakistan 10 days ahead of their travel date.
  • The confirmation will be sent to pilgrims four days before the travel date and the Pakistan side has assured India on sufficient provision for langar and distribution of prasad.
  • Pilgrims will be informed by SMS and email of the confirmation of registration three to four days in advance of the date of travel.
  • An Electronic Travel Authorisation will also be generated. The pilgrims will need to carry the authorisation along with their passport when they arrive at the Passenger Terminal Building.
  • Each visitor will have to pay the service fee of $20.

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