The Foreign Office has issued a notice of the signing of the Kartarpur Corridor Draft.
According to the details spokesperson of foreign office Dr Muhammad faisal has been announced the draft signatures.
The statement issued by the Foreign Office stated that the work is in the progress according to the Prime Minister’s vision.
The decision to open Kartarpur Corridor is according to Islamic traditions, also stated
The statement further said that Pakistan and India have signed a pact Kartarpur corridor.
The agreement was signed by the DG South Asia Director on behalf of Pakistan and the Indian Secretary of Interior on behalf of India.
According to the declaration, 5 thousand pilgrims will be able to come to the palace on a daily basis while the number of pilgrims can be increased on special occasions.
Sikh pilgrims will be able to come by foot and via bus to Darbar Sahib.
Travelers will not be able to attend on public holidays and emergencies, the statement said.
India will be notified in advance of emergency.
Passengers should have Indian passports while foreign Indian citizens will also have to bring Indian passports, agreement said
Pilgrims will have to pay $ 20 per person in fee service charges.