Jatha returns from Pakistan

Jatha returns from Pakistan

Tribune Information Service

Amritsar, April 21

The Indian Sikh jatha which went to Pakistan to rejoice ‘Khalsa Sajna Divas’ (Baisakhi) got here again via Attari-Wagah Joint Examine Publish (JCP) at this time.

As per info, a complete of 1,949 pilgrims had crossed over to Pakistan on April 12. Sadly, one of many jatha member misplaced life throughout the pilgrimage as a result of cardiac arrest.

Narinder Singh, a jatha member, mentioned Baisakhi was celebrated with fervour and was attended by devotees from varied international locations. The jatha members advised that regardless of sufficient safety preparations in place, they weren’t allowed to maneuver freely in markets. In addition they noticed that the native Sikh populace felt threatened over there. Bakshish Singh knowledgeable {that a} gurdwara situated in Jamnia within the reminiscence of Guru Nanak Dev was in a shambles. —

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