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Kartarpur Corridor Reopening welcomed by all political parties

The nation is all set to celebrate the Prakash Utsav of Shri Guru Nanak Dev ji on 19th of November,2021. GuruNanakDev Ji, the first Sikh Guru established Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara in 1552. Govt decides to reopen KartarpurCorridor frm tommorow, 20 months after it was closed over pandemic fears All parties and people of punjab are heartily welcoming  the decision to reopen the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor.

The Centre’s choice to reopen the Kartarpur hall from November 17 met with reward from a number of political parties, with Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), Congress, and Aam Aadmi Party welcoming the transfer. SAD President Sukhbir Singh Badal and senior party member Manjinder Singh Sirsa expressed their happiness over the decision taken by the federal government. On the opposite hand, the Punjab Congress Chief Navjot Singh Sidhu known as it an ‘invaluable present for devotees of Guru Nanak Dev. 

Cheif minister channi warmly welcome the decision to reopen the Sri Kartapur Sahib Corridor on the auspicious occasion of 552nd Parkash Purb of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Sidhu hoped that the hall of the Great Guru stays open without end to bathe blessings on all.SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal stated that the problem was an extended pending demand of individuals belonging to the Sikh group.

“We are happy that the Kartarpur Corridor is reopening. I had constantly been writing letters to PM Modi to reopen the route. The issue has been raised in Parliament. It was the demand of the people, the emotions of the people, that has been fulfilled today,” Badal stated.


Akali Dal’s Sirsa hails Centre’s transfer, calls it a “message” to all

SAD’s Manjinder Singh Sirsa termed the transfer as a ‘message’ that tells how involved the folks and the federal government within the nation are relating to Sikh holy locations and the faith itself. “I thank the Indian Prime Minister, the Home Minister, and all concerned who played their part in the reopening of Kartarpur Corridor,” he stated.

AAP welcomes Govt’s choice to reopen Kartarpur

AAP spokesperson and co-in cost of party’s political affairs in Punjab, Raghav Chadha stated, “The Aam Aadmi Party whole-heartedly welcomes the re-opening of the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor.”

The Kejriwal authorities has already added the Kartarpur Sahib Corridor to the record of spiritual websites the place devotees are taken on pilgrimage on the expense of the (Delhi) authorities underneath Mukhyamantri Tirth Yatra Yojana, he added.


Earlier, politicians together with the likes of Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, ex-CM Amarinder Singh, SAD MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal, and Navjot Sidhu had demanded the reopening of the Kartarpur hall

India reopens Kartarpur Corridor

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday, November 16 introduced that the Centre has determined to reopen the Kartarpur hallprobably the most revered shrine of Sikhs positioned in Pakistan. This comes a day after a delegation of Punjab BJP leaders met the PM to contemplate the reopening of the hall which has been closed since March 2020 owing to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Centre’s choice marks significance for the nation is all set to mark the Prakash Utsav of Guru Nanak Dev on November 19. The reopening of the Kartarpur hall will help hundreds of devotees, principally Sikhs, to go to the ultimate resting place of Guru Nanak in Pakistan.

Kartarpur hall

The Kartarpur hall is a route linking Darbara Sahib Gurudwara in Pakistan’s Kartarpur, the ultimate resting place of Sikhism founder Guru Nanak Dev to Dera Babar Nanak Shrine in Gurdaspur, India. While the muse stone for the hall was laid on either side of the border in late 2018 maintaining in thoughts the 550th beginning anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev in November 2020, the settlement between India and Pakistan was caught owing to the latter’s insistence on charging $20 per pilgrim. Finally, the Kartarpur hall was inaugurated on November 9, 2019.

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