Largest Sikh Yatrees contingent arrives in Pakistan from India
LAHORE – A largest contingent of Sikh Yatrees have arrived in Pakistan from India, private media has reported.
3,800 Indian Sikh yatrees reached the Wagah railway station to participate in the 549th birthday of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Jee on Wednesday.
Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Chairman Ihsan Tahir welcomed the yatrees.
Talking to the media, ETPB Chairman Ihsan Tahir said that he congratulates the Sikh nation on the birthday of Baba Guru Nanak. “I welcome all yatrees visiting Pakistan. Islam gives full rights to all minorities,” he said.
Sikh yatrees leader Sardar Amarjeet Singh expressed his love for Pakistan and said that he has visited the country twice. “Pakistanis care us very much,” he added.