Pakistan and India reach at key agreement over Kartarpur Corridor, Important points agreed
LAHORE - Pakistan and India have reached at key agreement over Kartarpur Corridor, Important points have been agreed upon by both countries.
India and Pakistan on Saturday agreed that over 5,000 pilgrims can visit Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib every day using the corridor. The pilgrims would be provided free pick and drop, medical services, and lunch during the yatra, Pakistan's Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) said, according to news agency ANI.
The discussions in this regard were held during a special meeting on the Kartarpur corridor between the two countries in Lahore.
The two sides agreed that the Indian citizens will be given a corridor card at the beginning of the yatra, while their passports would be submitted to the management and would be given back to them upon their return.
"Daily, 5000 yatris will visit the Gurudwara. Timings will be from Namaz a Fajr to Namaz a Magrab," the ETPB said.