Around 100 Hindu yatrees from India arrive in Pakistan

Lahore, November 22 (KMS): A total of 97 Hindu pilgrims from India have arrived in Pakistan to participate in 314th birth anniversary celebrations of Shiv Avtari Satguru Saint Swami Shadaram Sahib.

The Hindu pilgrims arrived in Lahore via Wagah border where they were greeted by Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Additional Secretary Rana Shahid Salim, Deputy Secretary Fraz Abbas and local Hind leader Kishan Sharma. Later, amid high security, they left for Shadani Darbar, Hayat Pitafi, Mirpur Mathelo Taluka in Ghotki district of Sindh for yatra.

Upon arrival, the Group leader Yudhister Lal expressed satisfaction over the best arrangements made by the government, the ETPB and other departments for the yatrees.

The pilgrims will also visit holy places in Sukkur, Dherki and Nankana Sahib. They will return to Indian on December 3.

Shadani Darbar is a historic Hindu temple in Raipur. It is said to be the biggest Hindu temple in Sindh.

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