Pakistan opens Kartarpur Corridor following three-and-a-half month conclusion
Pakistan opens Kartarpur Corridor following three-and-a-half month conclusion 
LAHORE: The Kartarpur Corridor was revived today [Monday] following three-and-a-half months to remember the passing commemoration of Sikh Maharaja Ranjit Singh, said Punjab's Evacuee Trust Property Board.

As per the board, the passageway was shut in March and the board said that it has been revived on the solicitation of the Sikh people group.

As per Sardar Gobind Singh, Head Granthi Darbar, Kartarpur, the passing commemoration customs of Sikh Maharaja Ranjit Singh at Darbar Baba Guru Nanak Kartarpur were held today.

Be that as it may, because of the lockdown, the section to Kartarpur Gurdwara has been shut.

Sardar Gobind Singh further said that the whole Sikh country is enormously content with the reviving of the hall after almost four months.

He said that Sikh travelers from everywhere throughout the world, including Pakistan, would take an interest in a petition service on the event while the Indian government ought to likewise permit Sikh pioneers to visit Kartarpur passage.

Head administrator Imran Khan had initiated the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9 a year ago however the hallway was shut after the flare-up of the COVID-19.

Then again, Pakistan had reported to open Kartarpur passageway on June 29 and India was likewise educated about the improvement yet New Delhi had would not open the hall for its explorers.