District: Sikh Yatrees stress early durable Indo-Pak peace

Sialkot: The hundreds of the visiting Sikh male and female Sikh Yatrees have stressed upon the need of early durable peace in Indo-Pak Sub Continent for regional development, peace and prosperity.

They said that the time was high for the World Community to see Pakistan with fresh eyes, as the Pakistan was a peace loving country and Pakistani people also intended to see durable peace globally.

Talking to media persons the Sikh Yatrees from London-UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, India and Norway including Sardar Parbeet Singh, Parkash Kumar, Sukhbir Singh, Boota Singh, Narinder Kumar, Reena Kapur, Dil Jeet Kaur, Sawarn Kaur, Badal Singh, Ritti Kaur, Maninder Singh, Shaam Singh, Uttar Singh and Labha Singh said that the world community must come forward and use its complete influence for peace in this Sub-Continent.

They said that both of the nuclear neighbours Pakistan and India should immediately re-start the peace talks in the larger interest of the people of Pakistan and India for peace.

The Sikh also demanded their visa-free entry into Pakistan for visiting and performing their spiritual and religious rites at different sacred places of Sikhs in Pakistan.

Earlier, the thousands of the Sikhs male and female Yatrees also participated in the final rites of the Birth Day of the Baba Guru Nanak at shrine Kartarpur-Shakargarh (Narowal district) here.

They performed their religious rites, took Ashnaan there and distributed charity foods and sweets, besides, exchanging the gifts with the locals

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