India stops Pakistan’s special train for Sikh pilgrims





LAHORE:  The Indian government on Sunday stopped a special train for Sikh yatrees (pilgrims).
According to details, a special train from Pakistan left for India to bring Sikh pilgrims to Lahore but the Indian authorities stopped it at Attari Railway Station. They did not allow the Yatrees to travel in the special train that returned without any passengers. However, more than 300 Sikh pilgrims reached Wahga border by road and left for Nankana Sahib to perform their religious rites. The Yatrees would arrive in Lahore on June 16 to attend function to be held in connection with martyrdom day of their fifth Guru and will leave for India on June 17. On arrival at Wagha border, the Sikh pilgrims said that they were delighted to arrive in Pakistan. The Yatrees said that they were big admirer of the hospitability of Lahoritrs. 

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