US invites Kartarpur activity, salutes Pakistan and India
The United States has respected the opening of Kartarpur Corridor – another outskirt going among India and Pakistan introduced on Saturday by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The activity was taken by the Pakistan government to encourage the Indian supporters of Baba Guru Nanak, enabling them to visit the worshipped Sikh Guru’s last resting spot without a visa.
The 3-kilometer passage gives sans visa access to Sikh pioneers, enabling them to go to Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Kartarpur, where Guru Nanak, the organizer of Sikhism, spent the last long stretches of his life.
Pakistan opens its fringe and its heart for Sikh people group at Kartarpur
“We consider this to be a constructive case of neighbors cooperating for shared advantage,” Morgan Ortagus, representative for the State Department, said in a video message via web-based networking media.
“The recently opened passageway is a stage towards advancing more noteworthy strict opportunity. It enables Indian Sikh explorers to visit Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib, a significant Sikh House of love simply inside the Pakistan outskirt,” she said.
Ortagus said the great undertaking will change a remote, three-section of land site over a touchy worldwide limit. “Congrats to India and Pakistan on this activity, and our all the best to the travelers making the intersection for the 550th commemoration of Guru Nanak’s introduction to the world,” she said.