Srinagar: A Sikh organization on Wednesday asked a
former Prime Minister of Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) to
take up with the Pakistan government the issue of free passage
to Sikhs to visit historical gurudwaras there.
In a meeting with Sultan Mehmood Chaudhary, All Parties
Sikh Coordination Committee (APSCC) chairman Jagmohan Singh
Raina asked the visiting leader to make efforts for allowing
the community to visit gurudwaras at Nulchi (Muzaffarabad),
Gurudwara Chattipatshai (Kathai), Gurudwara Dumdama Sahib
(Mirpur) and Gurudwara Guru Nanak (Askardu) and other places.
Raina said he also insisted on consolidation of land and
other property of Partition refugees at par with the custodian
system of Jammu and Kashmir and intimate the kith and kin of