Siddiqul Farooq for resolving disputes between Pakistan,India through dialogues

APP37-10 LAHORE: November 10 - A group photo of Sikh Yatrees with Chairman Evacuee Trust Property Board Siddique-Ul-Farooq. APP

LAHORE, Nov 10 (APP): Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Chairman Muhammad Siddiqul Farooq on Friday underlined the need to resolve all disputes,including the Kashmir issue, between Pakistan and India through bilateral dialogues.
He said this while addressing a luncheon ceremony in the
honour of Sikh pilgrims held here at Examen Park.
He said that leadership of the both countries should work
for the humanity so that people of the region could visit
each other peacefully.
He expressed his wish that 50 to 100 Sikh pilgrims would
come Pakistan every day to visit their religious places.
He said that the both governments should create friendly
environment so that people did not hesitate to visit
each other countries.
He said that a foundation stone of the Baba Guru Nanak
University would be laid down soon.
AJK Minister Nasir Hussain Dar, Kirn Dar MNA, Pakistan
Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (PSGPC) Pardhan Sardar Tara
Singh, Group leader Sardar Gurmeet Singh, Sardar Bishon Singh,
Sardar Balvindar Singh and other also spoke on the occasion.
The Sikh leaders expressed their satisfaction on the
condition, construction and renovation of gurdwaras. They also
appreciated and thanked the government of Pakistan and ETPB
Chairman Siddiqul Farooq for providing all facilities to the
Sikh yatrees in Pakistan.
The yatrees will return to India on Saturday (tomorrow).