In a landmark decision, government of India announced that it will develop a Kartarpur Corridor from Dera Baba Nanak in Gurdaspur, Punjab to the international border to facilitate pilgrims from India to visit the holy Gurudwara Darbaar Sahib Kartarpur on the banks of Rabi river in Pakistan where Guru Nanak Devji spend 18 years of his life.
The announcement was made by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Twitter. The gurdwara is 3.5km from the Radcliffe Line that separates the two countries. Home Minister took to Twitter to urge Pakistan to reciprocate and develop a corridor with suitable facilities in their territory.
“The Kartarpur corridor will provide smooth and easy passage to pilgrims to visit Gurdwara Darbar Sahib throughout the year. Government of Pakistan will be urged to reciprocate and develop a corridor with suitable facilities in their territory,” he said. Read More
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