5,000 Pilgrims A Day, No Restrictions On Faith: India To Pak On Kartarpur
India is expected to raise several issues during the talks
The first level of talks were held on March 14
Kartarpur Sahib is an important Sikh shrine established in 1522
Pakistan today agreed in-principle to build a bridge on the zero line of the Kartarpur Corridor to provide all-weather connectivity, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement after a two-hour meeting to iron out issues in the second round of talks over the Kartarpur corridor for Sikh pilgrims.
India is already constructing a bridge on the zero line; Pakistan, however, had been insisting on constructing a causeway, which India believes, would act as a barrier, directing more flood water towards India.