Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan declared on Friday that he has waived off the necessity for Indian Sikh pilgrims to enroll 10 days in advance and requiring a passport to visit Kartarpur to get pilgrimage.
The PM made the statement handle, where he said that he has decided to waive off two requirements from the agreement signed on Kartarpur Corridor between India and Pakistan. He explained that Sikhs coming to Kartarpur out of India’will not require a passport and just a valid ID’.
He further said they will also no longer need to register 10 days in advance.
The PM will start off the corridor on November 9 after which visa free link between Darbar Sahib at Kartarpur and Dera Baba Nanak shrine in India’s Punjab will open for the pilgrims.
Pakistan issued a coin to mark the 550th anniversary of Expert. Sikhs visiting the Gurdwara next month will be able to purchase the coin.