Sidhu requires resuming commerce between Pakistan, India


LAHORE:

Indian cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu on Saturday mentioned that commerce between Pakistan and India ought to resume in order that each the international locations might get nearer to one another.

Pakistan had suspended bilateral commerce with India on August 9, 2019 after “the Indian government’s unilateral action to change the status of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir”.

Sidhu gave these remarks after crossing into Pakistan by way of the Kartarpur Corridor to pay homage to Gurdwara Sri Kartarpur Sahib.

Pakistani officers welcomed Sidhu with garlands and rose petals. “Imran Khan is my elder brother. He has given me a lot of love,” mentioned the previous cricketer on arrival.

Thousands of Sikh pilgrims from throughout the globe have gathered within the Nankana Sahib district of Punjab to have a good time the 552nd start anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak, the founding father of their faith.

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The 10-day celebrations started on Wednesday in Nankana Sahib – the birthplace of Baba Guru Nanak with Akhand Path, a studying of 1,430 pages of the holy e-book of Sikhism, the Granth Sahib.

Pakistan is home to a number of the most essential pilgrimage websites for Sikhs. They embody the birthplace of Baba Guru Nanak, who was born in 1469, Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara, and Gurdwara Panja Sahib in Hasan Abdal.

Sikhs from Afghanistan have arrived in Pakistan by way of the Torkham border and a bunch of Indian Sikh pilgrims has arrived on November 17 by way of the Wagah border. During the celebrations, Sikh pilgrims can even be visiting Darbar Kartarpur Sahib.

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