New Delhi compelled pilgrims to take again visa requests
Feb 14, 2018
ISLAMABAD: Overseas Workplace spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal denied Indian allegations about “Pakistan refusing visas to 173 Katas Raj pilgrims”, terming them utterly baseless.
He stated that Pakistan had made all preparations for the talk over with of the pilgrims. He regretted that the pilgrims have been compelled to withdraw their packages from the Pakistan Top Fee in New Delhi because of non-issuance of no-objection certificate through the Ministry of Exterior Affairs of India.
Just lately, India had additionally denied the visits of Sikh pilgrims, adopted through the ones of holiday makers from Pakistan, and now Katas Raj pilgrims, the chance to take part of their spiritual fairs, stated the spokesperson.
Indian movements run counter to the letter and spirit of the 1974 Pakistan-India Protocol on Visits to Non secular Shrines and an obstruction for the people-to-people contacts.
“Such steps violate the fundamental human proper to spiritual freedoms and are indicative of the escalatory ladder on which the federal government of India has embarked,” stated Faisal. “Those are in opposition to the spirit of peace and quietness that Pakistan has been seeking to advertise,” it added.
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