Indian government has issued form for Kartarpur Gurdwara visitors.
According to sources, the name of Gurdwara was wrongly written in the form, Gurdwara Darbar Sahib has been written instead of Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib.
According to details Sikhs displayed annoyance on the Gurdwara name to be wrongly written by the Indian government.
Sources said that India has doubts on its own citizens; three clauses in the form were asked to submit an affidavit. The affidavit imposed conditions for not participating in anti-Indian activities.
Sources further said that the name of the passenger, address, profession and details of relatives in Pakistan have been sought in the form.
It should be noted that earlier on October 14, Pakistan has admitted Indian demands in the final draft of Kartarpur Corridor.
Pakistan has handed over the final draft of the bilateral treaty to the Indian High Commission. Pakistan has maintained a $20 fee per pilgrim.
According to the draft, five thousand pilgrims of Sikh, Hindu, Christian and Pagans communities can visit the shrine on daily basis and India is bound to give a list of pilgrims as many as ten days earlier.
Officials of Pakistan will verify and finalize the list of visitors four days prior arrival of the devotees and the Indian signature on draft is compulsory after their approval.
The signatory ceremony will be held either at Kartarpur Zero Point or Wahgah Boarder.