Friday , July 30 2021

India Indar builds the Kartarpur Sahib corridor in Pakistan



The hermitages can be seen by the Indians from the border. India has raised the subject several times with Pakistan.

The hermitages can be seen by the Indians from the border. India has raised the subject several times with Pakistan.

New Delhi: The Pakistani government is trying to build the Kartarpur Sahib corridor on Thursday to help the Indian pilgrims move to the chapel – the last Guru Nanak Dev of Sikh faith.

Kartarpur Sahib is located in the Pakistani district of Punjab, Narowal District, and has been trying to build a corridor that connects Dera Baba Nanak in the Gurdaspur district of Punjab. The Spokesman of Foreign Affairs spokesman Raveesh Kumar said India's Pakistani government acknowledges the feelings of the Sikh community and build that corridor, following the cabinet decision on Thursday, to celebrate the 550th anniversary of the Guru Nanak Dev anniversary.

"… The Pakistani Government can recognize and instigate the feelings of the Sikh community and build a corridor in its territory with the best facilities to make Kartarpur Sahib easy and easy to visit throughout India."

The MEA spokesman answered a question.

The hermitages can be seen by the Indians from the border. India has raised the subject several times with Pakistan.

Kumar has said the government has already decided to build the corridor Dera Baba Nanak to the international border, with modern amenities all over India.


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