District: Sikh Yatrees visits Sialkot to see their native houses

Sialkot: As many as 800 male and female Sikh Yatrees from London-UK, Germany, India, Australia and Canada visited their native houses in Sialkot’s surrounding areas just to refresh their pre-partition sweet memories. The visiting Sikhs met with their friends and exchanged gifts with each other during the light rainy weather.

Later, the female and male Sikh Yatrees led by Pabeendar Singh and Buhadar Singh also visited the Darbar of the Guru Nanak at Kartarpur-Shakargarh and they performed their religious rites there. They also distributed the charity meals and sweets there during the light rainy weather.
On this occasion while talking to the newsmen visiting Sikh Yatrees stressed upon the need of early durable peace in Indo-Pak Sub Continent for the regional development, peace and prosperity. They said that the world community must come forward and use its complete influence for peace in this Sub-Continent.

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