1800 travelers from India to visit Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan on November 24. - watsupptoday.com
1800 travelers from India to visit Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan on November 24.
Posted 19 Nov 2019 01:23 PM

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As per reports, around 1800 explorers from India are prepared to visit Kartarpur on Sunday, November 24. This will be a record-severing number after the banner outing to Kartarpur in Pakistan was made by around 671 Indian residents on November 17, 2019.

Apparently, the quantity of Indian pioneers and voyagers that are venturing to the Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan is gradually going up, particularly on ends of the week and on specific days worshiped by the Sikh people group. On November 9, the debut day of Kartarpur hallway, around 562 travelers from India visited Kartarpur Sahib.

On the 550th Guru Nanak Jayanti that was praised on November 12, the absolute number of individuals, who visited the gurudwara in Kartarpur from India were 546 in number. According to the accumulated information, 229 pioneers visited the sanctum on November 10; 279 on November 13; and 402 on November 16.

News has it that other than pushing the development of the Kartarpur hall, PM Narendra Modi and Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah have placed in endeavors to expel the 'boycotts' that denied Sikhs from various different nations from visiting India. The Ministry of External Affairs is ensuring that Sikhs living abroad are conceded a visa for visiting India at the most punctual.

A couple of abroad guests, living in the Western countries, were wary that getting a Pakistan stamp on their visa could make issues in the countries where they live. In any case, to their help, Pakistan movement authorities just sweep the international IDs of outside nationals instead of putting a stamp on it.

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