Parsi community be allowed to visit India without visa


Staff Reporter

Isphanyar M Bhandara former MNA has asked India to allow Parsi community to travel visa free to India to perform religious rites at Udwada as Pakistan has allowed Sikhs to visit Kartarpur.
In a statement, he said Pakistan has opened up a “hard border” also called corridor for the Sikh community, facilitating them to perform their religious rites free of visa and harassment hassle. This has certainly won the hearts of Sikh people, if not the Indian government.
He further said, “I sincerely suggest and pray to the Indian government to offer visa free travel to the Parsi community of Pakistan to perform similar religious duties at Udwada and other places of worship.”

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