Pakistan government opens the Kartarpur Corridor today, for the followers of Guru Nanak, allowing them to visit the revered Sikh Guru’s final resting place without a visa.
Kartarpur corridor will allow thousands of Sikh devotees to perform religious rituals at the shrine. The grand opening of the cross-border project comes at a time when Pakistan-India ties are at their lowest.
While Pakistan opens its corridor today on Saturday 9th November, 2019, same day Indian Supreme Court ruled a Hindu temple to be constructed on famous Babari Mosque.
Indian Supreme Court has allowed the construction of a mandir at the site where Babri Masjid was destroyed in Ayodhya. Pakistan has opened the Kartarpur corridor to allow thousands of Sikhs to make the pilgrimage to the shrine of Guru Nanak.
Hindu mobs destroyed a 460-year-old Babri mosque in 1992, today Indian top court rules, it must be handed over to a trust to
In the 1980s, as Hindu nationalism and the BJP began to strengthen, pressure grew for the mosque to be knocked down and replaced by a glorious Hindu temple.
In 1992, a Hindu mob estimated to number 200,000 demolished it, which unleashed worst religious riots since partition in 1947, leaving around 2,000 people dead, mainly Muslims.
World has yet again seen true ugly face of extremist India. Today through verdict on Babri Mosque after illegal action for paper status of IOJ&K on 5 Aug 19.
On the other hand Pakistan today respecting other religion has opened #KartarpurCorridor for Nanak Seweks.