AMRITSAR: Two passengers, who had gone to Pakistan to have a good time Baisakhi, returned to India as we speak after certainly one of them misplaced his passport and the opposite’s passport was mistakenly delivered to India by his household.
Ferozepur resident Lakhbir Singh and Sangrur resident Nishabar Singh couldn’t return to India regardless of the return of the Jatha.
Lakhbir Singh’s passport was taken away by his household whereas Nishabar Singh, a resident of Sangrur, misplaced his passport. Following the efforts of Mr. Rana Shah Saleem, Secretary, Evacuee Belief Board and Mr. Amir Singh, President, Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Administration Committee, the 2 returned to India as we speak by way of Wagah Attari border. Mr. Amir Singh mentioned that Lakhbir Singh’s passport was recalled however as a consequence of expiration of his visa Lakhbir Singh’s group couldn’t return to India.
Equally, Sangrur Nishabar Singh’s passport was misplaced in the course of the journey as a consequence of which he too couldn’t come to India. Mr. Amir Singh mentioned that these two pilgrims have been introduced again to Gurdwara Dehra Sahib Lahore from the place their papers have been reprinted they usually have been despatched again to India.
Chatting with reporters on the Wagah border, Lakhbir Singh mentioned, “I used to be at Gurdwara Panja Sahib in the course of the journey after I misplaced my passport.” Rana Shah Saleem and Mr. Amir Singh made nice efforts to get my new passport prepared instantly and ship me to my household.
Equally Nishabar Singh mentioned that I’m grateful to Evacuee Belief and Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Administration Committee for working for me and as we speak I’m going again to India. Giani Ranjit Singh, Head Granthi Singh Sahib of Lahore Gurdwaras and Mr. Azhar Abbas, Caretaker of Gurdwara Dehra Sahib have been additionally current on the event to launch the pilgrims to the border.
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Source: Around the Globe