47 Hindu pilgrims from India arrive in Pakistan
Islamabad: A group of 47 Hindu pilgrims from India has arrived in Pakistan to participate in celebrations marking the birth anniversary of Swami Shadaram Sahib, the founder of the Shadani Darbar Hayat Pitafi in Sindh.
The group led by Sain Ugistarlal crossed the Wagah land border on foot yesterday.
Evacuee Trust Property Board officials Zahid Hussain Bokhari and Syed Faraz Abbas and Hindu leader Nanak Ram Chawla received the Indian prilgrims.
Soon after their arrival in Lahore, the Hindu pilgrims left for Hayat Pitafi in Sindh by a train.
They will visit other religious sites at Mirpur Mithaloo and Sukkar in Sindh.
The pilgrims will return to Lahore on January 2 and visit Hindu temples before leaving for India.
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