Governor approves of suggestion about pilgrims carrying dollars

NANKANA SAHIB, June 21 (APP)::Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has supported a proposal, given by the Sikh community leaders that Indian Sikh pilgrims should be bound to carry dollars with them, instead of the Indian currency, while visiting their religious places in Pakistan.

He was addressing a press conference here on Friday, after visiting the DC office and Gurdwara Janamsathan in Nankana Sahib.

However, the governor added, the final decision in this regard would be taken by the finance advisor, in consultation with other stakeholders.

Ch Sarwar said that whatever India do, we will complete the Kartarpur corridor in Pakistan within the given timeframe and apprise the world about the stubbornness of the neighbouring country.

“India used to defame Pakistan through its lies in the past, but after the Pulwama incident, we exposed India on diplomatic front before the world,” he added.