Pakistan unveils plan for opening of Kartarpur corridor
LAHORE: Pakistan unveils plan for opening of Kartarpur corridor.
Pakistan is all set for opening the Kartarpur Corridor in November whereas a meeting of the coordination council between federal and provincial departments for all the arrangements was also held here on Saturday.
Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Chairman Dr Amir Ameer, ETPB Secretary Tariq Wazir Khan as well as Additional Secretary of Ministry of Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony Muhammad Daud also participated in the meeting along with Frontier Works Organisation (FWO) Sector Commander Brigadier Atif, deputy collector customs, officials from Punjab police, higher-ups of specials branch and different officials from intelligence agencies.
Well informed sources revealed that the meeting was about the distribution of work and the role of different departments regarding the Kartarpur terminal.
Sources also said, “It was decided in the meeting that a total of 5000 Sikh * yatrees *will come to Kartarpur on a daily basis between the Azan-e-Fajar to Azan-e-Maghrib. The FWO will responsible for the repairing and maintenance of the terminal and they also provide transportation to the pilgrims*. *Their buses will provide pick and drop services to and from a special point”.