Lahore: Pakistan’s Sikh community has requested Prime Minister Imran Khan to abolish the conditions of passport and PCR test of Corona for pilgrims coming from India through Kartarpur Corridor.
Sardar Amir, head of the Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee, in a letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan, has requested him to remove the passport requirement for Indian pilgrims coming to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur via Kartarpur corridor and give them credit cards. Be allowed to come on
Sardar Amir Singh has written another letter to the NCOC asking him to accept the Corona Vaccination Certificate by abolishing the condition of PCR test 72 hours before the arrival of Kartarpur Sahib at the corridor for Indian pilgrims. Be done
Sardar Amir Singh says that making passports and PCR tests in India is a very expensive process. There are thousands of poor Sikhs who want to come to Kartarpur not only for themselves but also with their families. Can’t afford the expenses so they should get discount in passport and PCR test.
It should be noted that on the occasion of establishment of Kartarpur Corridor, Pakistan had offered to abolish passport requirement to India. While transit should be allowed, but India did not agree.