1,560 Indian Sikh yatrees arrived Pakistan to attend Baisakhi festival

At least 1,560 Indian Sikh yatrees arrived here at Wagha Railway Station Pakistan through two special trains on Thursday to attend Baisakhi festival in Pakistan.

The Sikh yatrees were warmly welcomed by Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Secretary Tariq Wazir Khan and other top officials on their arrival at the Wahga Railway Station.

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The Sikh yatrees will visit Hasan Abdal, Nankana Sahib, and other places during their stay in Pakistan and perform their religious rituals. They will return to India on April 21.

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