PM Imran Khan wishes ‘happy Baisakhi festival’ to Sikh community

April 14, 2021 2:47 pm by Web Desk

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The Baisakhi festival marks New Year’s day for the Sikh community. Photo: Twitter/PMImranKhan
  • PM Imran Khan wishes a “happy Baisakhi festival” to the Sikh community.
  • The community has been given special permission to visit their holy Gurdwaras in Pakistan and attend the Baisakhi rituals.
  • The Baisakhi festival marks New Year’s day for the Sikh community.

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday wished a “happy Baisakhi festival” to the Sikh community, saying that the Sikh diaspora and other yatrees will be facilitated with Langar, transport, and accommodation under strict coronavirus protocols on the occasion.

The premier said that the community has been given special permission to visit their holy Gurdwaras in Pakistan and attend the Baisakhi rituals.

Read more: Sikh pilgrims from India reach Pakistan to participate in Baisakhi festival

“Wishing our Sikh community a happy Baisakhi festival. We have granted Sikh Diaspora and Indian Yatrees special permission to visit their holy Gurdwaras in Pak and attend the Baisakhi rituals,” the prime minister wrote on Twitter.

The Baisakhi festival marks New Year’s day for the Sikh community. On the day, Guru Gobind Singh, the tenth and the last Sikh Guru, had established the Khalsa in 1699.



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