Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan declared his administration would issue multiple and on-arrival visas to Sikh pilgrims coming from India and overseas and supply them maximum potential facilities during their trip to the sacred sites.
“I guarantee you will be issued several creditors… That is our duty.
“(We) can provide you a number of visa to ease your travels,” he added.
The conference was attended by Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar, national and provincial cabinet members, and Sikh pilgrims by the united kingdom, the United States, Canada, Europe and other nations.
The Prime Minister stated after coming to power, his administration realized the problems faced by burglars to receive Pakistani visas planning to go to the nation for pilgrimage or tourism.
“Although our government has altered the visa regime, the mindset of creating barriers will slowly decrease,” he further added.
Monday was the final day of this Convention which started on August 31 on the initiative of the Punjab Governor aimed at encouraging suggestions regarding trainings for the 550th birth anniversary celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev, the founder of Sikhism, in the gurdwara at Kartarpur Sahib at November.
Indian Sikh pilgrims and million others from throughout the globe will pay a visit to the gurdwara from Pakistan’s Punjab province, in which Guru Nanak Dev spent his last days.