Brahmpura praises Wadala, Sidhu for the efforts over Kartarpur Corridor

December 04, 2018 12:11 PM

CHANDIGARH: Kartarpur Sahib corridor project, Sikh pilgrims who residing in India will not need a visa to visit Holy Gurudwara Sri Nankana Sahib in Pakistan. With this decision the entire sikh community thanked to both the governments which has developed the relations of peace and love between people of both countries.

In a press statement released from party office here today, senior leader of (SAD) Shromani Akali Dal and Lok Sabha Member of Parliament Ranjit Singh Brahmpura expressed his views over the Kartarpur corridor. He stated that distant Holy places were distributed even after the partition of the country and from long time daily prayers are performed by Sikhs to visit Holy Sri Nankana Sahib in Pakistan now which is only possible by the Almighty's blessing through corridor which is a matter of joy and gay for the Sikhs.

The efforts for long were made in all respects to fulfill the demand for the community especially by Late. Kuldeep Singh Wadala who had founded Kartarpur Darshan Abhilakhi Sanstha and several Sikh has also joined him to demand Kartarpur corridor. They also performed Ardaas (prayers) every month at the border along Dera Baba Nanak facing Gurudwara Kartarpur, "Brahmpura said.

Navjot Singh Sidhu who is very honest person, have good relations with Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan who decided to honour Sidhu's wish and he played a key role over the Kartarpur Corridor. There is no doubt that the governments of both countries should agree on these foreign policies but the efforts of Mr. Sidhu have made it possible to build the corridor project,"Brahmpura said.

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