Bhai Mardana Yaadgari Kirtan Society appeals Pakistan to increase visa quota for Indian Sikhs
The World Bhai Mardana Yaadgari Kirtan Darbar Society has appealed to the Pakistan Government to increase the visa quota for Sikhs residing in India. This request was made in view the upcoming 550th birthday celebrations of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
The Society’s President, Harpal Singh Bhullar, and General Secretary, Sarabjit Singh Chhabra, said that they have sent written requests to Pakistan’s Prime Minister, Imran Khan. They have also written to the ETPB’s Chairman, Tariq Wazir Khan, in the same context.
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According to media reports, more than 4,500 Sikhs have deposited their passports this year to obtain the visa to Pakistan to celebrate the 549th birthday at Gurdwara Sri Nankana Sahib. Also, a large number of Indian Sikhs want to visit Pakistan next year to celebrate various other gurpurabs.