Lahore: On the event of 550th start anniversary of Guru Nanak in November this 12 months, Pakistan will concern 10,000 visas to Sikh pilgrims.
The primary batch of devotees will go away for Pakistan within the first week of November by a particular practice. The pilgrims will proceed to the Wagah railway station from the Atari railway station after which begin their journey to the Nankana Sahib.
Sikhs will proceed to go to Pakistan until November 8.
Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Committee chief Sardar Satwant Singh has invited Sikhs from the world over to hitch Guru Nanak’s 550th start anniversary celebrations.
A brief lodging can be prepared by mid-October to deal with devotees from the world over.
The Customs and Immigration officers will arrange extra counters on the Wagah border for pilgrims’ comfort.