Pakistani visitors awaiting departure to Ajmer Sharif were denied visas
Pakistani pilgrims were supposed to leave for Ajmer Sharif on February 3. Despite following the instructions, the refusal is incomprehensible.
Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri said that Pakistani pilgrims were supposed
to leave for Ajmer Sharif on February 3, despite following all instructions.
Despite restrictions, visas were issued to Hindu and Sikh pilgrims.
Meanwhile According to News, the Indian government has refused to issue visas to Pakistani pilgrims awaiting their departure to Ajmer Sharif.
However Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri has said that the Indian embassy had asked us to be ready for departure on Urs.
It is incomprehensible, Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri said that this mistreatment and attitude will be raised with India at the level of Foreign Ministry.
Noor-ul-Haq Qadri said that Pakistan has always issued visas to Indian Hindu and Sikh pilgrims. The pilgrimage protocol between the two countries was violated under the pretext of Corona. According to a report dated January 24, the second phase of religious tourism between Pakistan and India has started.
Member National Assembly Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani will take a large delegation of Pakistani pilgrims to India on January 29 on a chartered flight of the national airline.
Efforts of Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, Patron General of Pakistan Hindu Council,
to bring the people of both the countries closer by visiting religious places have started to be welcomed on both sides of the border.
The proposal was conveyed to the Indian authorities through the Foreign Office.
According to the proposal put forward by India, PIA will take Pakistani pilgrims on a special
flight to visit religious places in India while Indian pilgrims arrive in Pakistan on an Air India flight. Will