On Tuesday, the Ministry of Religious Affairs chose to lead a review of the project Kartarpur corridor. As the National Assembly (NA) Standing Committee on Religious Affairs met under the chairmanship of Maulana Asad Mehmood, government secretary for strict issues educated the board that the whole development work in Kartarpur had been completed by the Frontier Works Organization (FWO), the military’s building association.

The visa-free border crossing Kartarpur hallway interfaces Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan to the border with India. The intersection permits Sikh enthusiasts from India to visit the Gurdwara in Kartarpur, 4.7 kilometres from the India-Pakistan fringe without a visa, making a connection which permits explorers holding Indian international IDs to handily visit both the Kartarpur sanctuary and Gurdwara Dera Baba Nanak on the Pakistani side of the outskirt.

The committee chairman guided the secretary of religious affairs to take up the matter of affront heaved at Hindu religion via web-based networking media with the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA). The strict undertakings secretary expressed the board of trustees that this bill was under survey in the joint parliamentary advisory group and proposed abstaining from having conversation on the issue until the board sent its last suggestions on it. The NA board was educated that the PTA had obstructed approximately 10,000 sites containing questionable material against sacred characters over the most recent two months.