Sikh yatris goes back after attending “Vaisakhi Mela”

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LAHORE, Apr 21 (TNS): After playing out their religious customs in Pakistan for 10 days, the Sikh yatris left for their nation through Wahga Railway Station, here on Saturday.

The yartis landed here on April 12 from India to observe Vaisakhi celebration through extraordinary trains.

Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) and other pertinent divisions had made foolproof security other than immigration, customs, bank and medicinal camp offices at Wahga railroad station to encourage the pioneers.

On this event, aggregate pioneer of Sikh yatri Sardar Gurmeet Singh and Sardar Charan Singh said that they would recall the glow and accommodation given to them by the Pakistan government.

They additionally communicated fulfillment over the plans made by the Evacuee Trust Property Board for Sikh Gurdawara in Pakistan.

They said that the place where there is Pakistan is consecrated and Sikh people group constantly got love here, adding that they wished to come here again and again.

The Sikh yatris went by Punja Sahib Hassanabdal to observe Vaisakhi and remained there for three days. The focal function of Vaisakhi celebration was held there on April 14.

During their stay in Pakistan, they likewise went by Janam Asthan, Nankana Sahab, Sucha Souda Farooqabad, Gurdwara Rohri Sahib Aimanabad, Kartarpur Narowal and Gurdwara Dera Sahib Lahore to play out their ceremonies.