Ramesh to lead Pakistani pilgrims to India on January 29


Patron-in-chief of Pakistan Hindu Council Dr. Ramesh Kumar Vankwani has announced to lead a delegation of Pakistani pilgrims to India on January 29 on a special chartered flight of the Pakistan Airlines International (PIA).

The Pakistani pilgrims will depart for India for three days and during their stay, they will visit Dargah Nizamuddin Auliya Delhi, Dargah Khawaja Gharib Nawaz Ajmer Sharif and the great monument of Mughal rule, Taj Mahal Agra. For the promotion of religious tourism in the region, Dr. Ramesh Kumar further informed that next month on February 20, an Air India flight will be operated from New Delhi to Peshawar in order to facilitate Indian yatrees to Samadhi of Shri Param Hans Ji Maharaj/Teri temple.

“Pakistani pilgrims will be taken on the special PIA flight to visit religious places in India while Indian pilgrims will arrive in Pakistan on Air India flights,” he said, confirming that the series of flights between the two countries has been started on a monthly basis. Dr Vankwani further expressed the hope that the promotion of religious tourism could bring the people of the two countries closer.

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