NANKANA SAHIB: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Saturday prayed that may the message of love be spread up to Kashmir as well, after opening of the Kartarpur corridor.
Addressing the opening ceremony of Kartarpur Corridor in Nankana Sahib, Shah Mahmood Qureshi asked Indian prime minister Narendra Modi to thank Prime Minister Imran Khan for this gesture and give him chance to thank Modi by lifting the curfew in the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
“We will have to look at who is sowing the seeds of hatred in the region,” he said adding that today Pakistan had inaugurated the corridor of love. Doors of Kartarpur had been opened for the Sikhs of the entire world, he said.
“A history has been made and the credit of this success goes to Prime Minister Imran Khan,” he said.
The foreign minister said Baba Guru Nanak preferred the sentiment of service of humanity. He always talked of peace and respect for humanity, he said.
He said Pakistan was working on two corridors one was economic corridor, CPEC, and the other was corridor of love, Kartarpur.
“This is the message of Prophet Muhammed (SAWW) to protect the rights of minorities and you will see practical display of Pakistan’s love to its minorities,” FM Qureshi said.
He compared opening of Kartarpur to fall of Berlin Wall between the neighbouring countries.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the government has identified four hundred temples which will be renovated.
Qureshi said the government had identified 400 temples which would be renovated.