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Indian Sikh pilgrims using Kartarpur corridor will not require passport: Pakistan foreign office

IndiaTimes Thursday, 7 November 2019
Indian Sikh pilgrims using Kartarpur corridor will not require passport: Pakistan foreign officePakistan Foreign Office on Thursday said Prime Minister Imran Khan has waived the condition of passport for one year for Indian Sikhs visiting the Gurdwara Darbar Sahib using the Kartarpur corridor. Requirement to convey pilgrim information to the Pakistani govt 10 days prior to entry, and $20 service fee per pilgrim visiting on November 9 and 12 have also been waived.
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