The Final Work of Kartarpur Corridor Will Hopefully Completed This Month

ISLAMABAD: Work has been finished on the Kartarpur corridor and is expected to end by 31 August. The big heart of Pakistan has been determined to refrain from allowing Kartarpur's action to interfere with the increasing tensions of nuclear armed neighbours following the abolition of unique status by the Indian Government.


Sources indicated that a friendly event on Baba Nanak's 550th birthday was organized to expedite attempts to open up the Kartarpur corridor, which is anticipated to start on 11 November.

Sources indicated that the corridor is to be inaugurated by PM Imran Khan. The ceremony is anticipated to include more than 500 Sikh Yatrees.

It is important to mention here that on November 28 PM Imran opened the project, and Pakistan shared with India in January 2019 the document on the Kartarpur corridor. In this respect, both countries are coordinating.

The hallway would send out a positive signal to minority rights. Baba Guru Nanak, founder of Sikhism, lived his last eighteen years in the Punjab region of Kartarpur.


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Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has already appreciated the premier's move of the opening of Kartarpur Corridor.

He was speaking at a press conference this afternoon at the Governor's House in Lahore, together with Prime Minister Special Assistant Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan.

According to the Governor, all minorities have the same privileges in the Constitution in Pakistan.


He said that on the occasion of Baba Guru Nanak's 550th birth anniversary, Sikh Conventions will take place in Lahore and Nankana Sahib. He said the first such meeting would take place in the Governor House Lahore, which would involve Sikhs from around the world.

Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said that all steps to protect minorities ' rights will be adopted to enable them to exercise rituals and rites in accordance with their faith.


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