To promote religious harmony, PM Khan waives off two requirements for Sikh pilgrims

Passport and pre-registration requirements waived off for

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  • Previously, pilgrims were required to carry their passports $20 fee was set as service charges.
  • Both requirements have been waived off by Prime Minister Imran Khan now. 
  • The corridor will be inaugurated on November 9th.

Fulfilling his commitment and promises towards inter-religious harmony and promotion of religious tourism, Prime Minister Imran Khan has announced to waive off two requirements for Sikh pilgrims. The Sikhs coming for the pilgrimage to Kartarpur from India 550th birth anniversary on Baba Nanak’s 550th birth anniversary will not be required to carry a passport and will neither have any pre-registration requirements.

PM Imran Khan took to Twitter to make this significant announcement.

“For Sikhs coming for the pilgrimage to Kartarpur from India, I have waived off 2 requirements: i) they won’t need a passport – just a valid ID; ii) they no longer have to register 10 days in advance. Also, no fee will be charged on the day of inauguration & on Guruji’s 550th birthday.”

Khan further added that no additional fee will be charged on the day of the inauguration on Baba Guru Nanak’s 550th birthday. According to the Kartarpur Corridor agreement signed that was signed last week, Sikh pilgrims will gain visa-free access to their religion’s holy site in Narowal district, Punjab.

Previously, pilgrims were required to carry their passports $20 fee was set as service charges. Now Prime Minister Imran Khan has waived off both of these conditions. In a historic and much-awaited moment, the corridor will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Imran Khan on the 9th of November.

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