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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.

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