No passport is needed to pay tribute to Gurdwara Kartarpur in Pakistan: Imran Khan

BATHINDA: In partial relief to devotees who wish to pay tribute in Gurdwara Darbar Sahib, in the Narowal district of Punjab in Pakistan, the Imran Khan The government has announced allowing Indians to have no passport. the Pakistan The government has waived the condition to request 10 days in advance. In addition, he has waived the $ 20 fee on the opening day and also on November 12.

Imran Khan tweeted, For Sikhs coming for pilgrimage to Kartarpur from India, I have waived off 2 requirements: i) they wont 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 day of inauguration&on Guruji's 550th birthday .

India has repeatedly condemned the $20 service charge proposed by Pakistan on Indian pilgrims travelling to Kartarpur Gurdwara. Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh The Union's food processing industry minister, Harsimrat Kaur Badal, and other leaders were against the rate and called it a jazia tax.

We are happy with the withdrawal of the condition in the passport. It will allow everyone who doesn't have a passport to pay reverence, said devotees Gurnam Singh and Darshan Singh, who wanted to travel but couldn't. they don't have passports

The preparations for the opening of the corridor are almost finished. The Indian side corridor will be opened by the prime minister Narendra Modi on November 9 and on the same day, Imran Khan will start the facility of pilgrimage for Indians from Pakistan side.