Pak condition

Pak condition: 500 pilgrims will get admission in one day, passport also required

Pak condition: The Pakistani government is soon preparing to send a proposal to India regarding the Kartarpur Corridor. There are certain conditions for the pilgrims going to the corridor.

The news agency quoted Pak media as saying that without permission, any devotees of the permit will not be allowed to enter. Passport will also be required and 500 devotees will be admitted in one day. It is also necessary to give information to travelers three days before India.

Both countries have given consent to construct Kartarpur Corridor
According to the condition of Pak, all pilgrims will enter the group of 15. This corridor will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. only. In the same sequence, the number of devotees will be seen, the database will be prepared according to their names and travels on either side. If there is a dispute between devotees during this period, then it will be resolved diplomatically.

India and Pakistan have cleared the construction of the Kartarpur Corridor. On November 26, India laid the foundation stone of this corridor, which was built from Dera Baba Nanak place in Gurdaspur district to International Border. Two days later, Pak laid the foundation for the second part of the corridor from Border to Kartarpur Sahib. Pak Prime Minister Imran Khan laid the foundation stone of the corridor.

  • India will have to give three days to know about the devotees
  • No permit will be allowed without admission
  • In November this year, the two countries laid the foundation stone of the Kartarpur corridor.

India had already given the proposal to build the corridor(Pak condition)

The Indian government has already offered to the Pak Government several times to make this corridor. But recently the Imran government agreed to make this corridor. This corridor will be constructed from Dera Baba Nanak place in Gurdaspur district of India to International Border.

In India, this corridor will be a part of two kilometers and about three kilometers in Pakistan. It will cost about Rs. 16 crores in its construction. It has been targeted to build it in four months.

Gurunanak Dev Ji spent 18 years

Gurunanak Devji had spent 18 years of his life in Kartarpur Sahib. It is within a few kilometers from the border of India on the border of Pakistan. The construction of this corridor will help lakhs of Sikh pilgrims go to the holy place. At present, standing here on the border of India, with the help of telescope, facilitates the philosophy of the gurudwara.

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