Kartarpur Corridor Represents Pakistan’s Religious Freedom

Kartarpur Corridor Represents Pakistan’s Religious Freedom | Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa Tuesday said that the Kartarpur passage was the down to earth appearance of Pakistan’s steady obligation to strict opportunity and agreement.

His remarks came during a gathering with the British Sikh officers’ designation an assertion gave by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said. During the gathering General Bajwa said that Pakistan regards all religions and perceives the requirement for the advancement of strict the travel industry in the country.

The British Sikh troopers’ designation praised the Pakistan Army’s endeavors in carrying harmony and predictability to ancestral regions. The designation including 12 individuals who visited the General Headquarters (GHQ) was going by Deputy Commander Field Army UK Major General Celia J Harvey.

The designation visited Lahore where it saw a banner bringing down service at the Wagah line. It likewise visited Lahore Fort Allama Iqbal Mausoleum and the Badshahi Mosque.

During their visit, the British Sikh troopers visited a few strict destinations in the nation including Darbar Hazrat Mian Mir Haveli Nau Nihal Singh Gurdwara Janam Asthan Guru Ram Das Samadhi Maharaja Ranjit Singh Gurdwara Dera Sahib Kartarpur Corridor Nankana Sahib and Dera Panja Sahib.

The designation likewise visited Orakzai District and saw Samana Fort Lockhart Fort and Saragarhi Monument where it laid a wreath the ISPR said. Here 21 Sikh fighters laid their lives in 1897 as a feature of a British campaign and has a lot of verifiable importance for Sikhs.

Kartarpur Corridor Represents Pakistan's Religious Freedom
Kartarpur Corridor Represents Pakistan’s Religious Freedom

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