LAHORE, Oct 31 (APP): Around 3,000 Sikh yatrees from India arrived here at Wagha Railway Station, through
a special train on November 2, for the 549th Janum Din (birthday) celebrations of Baba Guru Nanak Sahib.
On the directions of the Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) chairman, Deputy Secretary Faraz Abbas and other
officials visited Gurdwara Janum Asthan Nankana Sahib on Tuesday to inspect the arrangements made for the yatrees.
Talking to the media, Faraz Abbas said that all arrangements have been finalised to welcome the yatrees in
Pakistan. He said that the yatrees would be provided special facilities of foolproof security, accommodation, journey, medical, etc, during their stay in Pakistan. All gurdwaras have been renovated and work on sacred water “Amrit jal” has also been completed.
He said that it is our first priority to provide the best facilities and services to the minorities in Pakistan and the
pilgrims coming from India and other countries. Deputy Administrator Nankana Sahib Umer Javed Awan and
other officials were also present.