Indo-Pak’s Second Meeting on Kartarpur Sahib Corridor will be held on April 2

Indo-Pak’s Second Meeting on Kartarpur Sahib Corridor will be held on April 2

Attari: On the matter of Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara Corridor, the second meeting between India and Pakistan will be held on April 2nd 2019 at Wagah.

The first meeting was held at Attari-Wagah Border in India where Indian Union Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs, BSF, Indian National Road Development Authority and other officers of Government of Punjab. In the previous meeting, both the countries agreed to create a link between Kartarpur city in Pakistan and Gurdaspur in Punjab via Gurudwara Darbar Sahib Corridor. In the upcoming meeting, the countries will be discussing the construction of the corridor link and to complete it at it’s earliest.

Conditions by Indian Authorities:

  1. The Indian government has asked Pakistan to allow at least 5000 devotees and in case of special occasions, the count will increase up to 10000.

2. While visiting Pakistan, Indian Pilgrims has to undergo several procedures. Also, the visa for Pakistan is exempt for Indian Pilgrims but the passport is mandatory.

3. India has also appealed to provide transport facilities to the pilgrims. However, if anybody wants to visit Gurudwara barefoot then they are allowed and if a visitor is entering Pakistan Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara in the morning then they will have to return in the evening.

The final decision is still in the process. But, Pakistan assured that they will not conduct any kind of anti-Indian activities and the construction should be implemented as soon as possible.