India refused to accept Pakistan's demand over Kartarpur corridor agreement

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India refused to accept Pakistan's demand over Kartarpur corridor agreement

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – India has refused to accept Pakistan's demand over Kartarpur corridor agreement, media report had revealed.

As per media report, India has refused to include Pakistan’s proposed service fee of $20 in in the agreement of Kartarpur Corridor.

According to the sources, India has accepted almost all terms of Pakistan text on Kartarpur Corridor. However, the text of the agreement however not included proposed service fee of $20 Indian pilgrims will be required to pay to Pakistan for use of the corridor.

The sources also said that concerned authorities are considering to dispatch the reply from Pakistan over the Indian text of the agreement.

Pakistan will likely to enhance proposed service fee for use of the corridor in its reply of the proposed agreement sent by the neighboring country, sources further said.

Pakistan has expressed its commitment to open the Kartarpur Corridor on the 550th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, in a ceremony on November 11.