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    **Kartarpur means peace between India and Pakistan** ... From: JST Subject: [learning-zone] M.S.Gill supports Sikh leaders demand for
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      **Kartarpur means peace between India and Pakistan**
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      --- On Thu, 4/9/08, JST <tiwana@...> wrote:
      From: JST <tiwana@...>
      Subject: [learning-zone] M.S.Gill supports Sikh leaders demand for Kartarpur Corridor
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      Date: Thursday, 4 September, 2008, 2:12 AM



      M.S.Gill supports Sikh leaders demand for Kartarpur Corridor

      By Ravinder Singh Robin

      Tarn Taran, September 3, : Union minister for Sports and Youth
      Affairs M.S.Gill has supported the Sikh leaders' demand to provide a
      safe passage to the devotees to Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib situated in
      Pakistan as "Kartarpur Corridor".

      Speaking to media on Tuesday, after inauguration the drug
      de-addiction center at Tarn Taran, nearly 30 kilometers from
      Amritsar, Gill reiterated the demand of establishing a Pakistan visa
      centre in Amritsar and Lahore to felicitate travel for people of both sides.

      He said that the establishment of a Visa center would prove to be a
      boon for the bus services plying between the two countries, provided
      both the governments agree to open visa consulate here.

      Gill recalled the visit of the External Minister Pranab Mukherjee to
      Dera Baba Nanak in June to conduct a feasibility study for the
      construction of the much-demanded corridor from Dera Baba Nanak to
      Kartarpur Sahib, and hoped that Mukherjee's visit would soon bear fruits.

      Situated in Pakistan's Narowal district, Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib is
      the place where Gurunank Dev spent over 18 years of his life. The
      place is nearly two miles from the International border between
      India-Pakistan and Indian pilgrims usually come to the border and pay
      obeisance while standing at the border line.

      It has been Sikh pilgrims' long pending demand for a safe passage to
      the Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib from Dera Baba Nanak

      http://www.newkeral a.com/fs/ b/ai-1220. htm

      Jagpal Singh Tiwana
      Dartmouth, Canada


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