Sikh Community Demands Resumption of Amritsar-Nankana Sahib Bus Service || SNE
By ANI .
Nov 18, 2019
Because the much-awaited hall to Gurdwara Darbar Sahib opened lately, the members of the Sikh group are actually demanding the federal government to renew the bus service from Amritsar to Nankana Sahib.
”The Government of India and Pakistan gave a gift to the Sikh community by inaugurating Kartarpur corridor on the auspicious occasion of 550th Guru Purab.
But the bus service from Amritsar to Nankana Sahib should be restored keeping in view the larger public sentiment,” stated Roop Singh, chief secretary of Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC).
”On-arrival visa arrangements for the devotees should also be made so that they have a hassle-free pilgrimage. This process should be simplified and the devotees should be allowed to show the passport and visit Nankana Sahib,” he added. Singh additional said that he’ll write to Prime Minister Narendra Modi relating to this.
A delegation to press upon the calls for could be despatched to New Delhi to satisfy the Central authorities’ functionaries after consultations with the SGPC president.”The Sikh community wants that the suspended bus service from Amritsar to Nankana Sahib should be resumed. The devotees should get a visa on arrival for the Nankana Sahib,” stated Jaspreet Singh, a resident of Amritsar.
Quickly after the Central authorities revoked Article 370, withdrawing particular standing from Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan suspended the bus service between Nankana Sahib and Amritsar.