PTI promoting religious tourism in Pakistan: Chaudhry Sarwar
LAHORE: Governor Punjab Chaudhry Sarwar has said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was promoting religious tourism in the country.
“The Safe City Project will be completed as soon as possible in Nankana Sahib,” Sarwar said during his visit to Punjab Safe City Authority office in Lahore.
He said safe and smart city models were very essential for a safe and stable Pakistan. He said the project was inevitable in Nankana Sahib for protection of Sikh pilgrims coming from all over the world.
Managing Director Ali Amir Malik and Chief Executive Officer Akber Nasir Khan briefed the governor on this occasion. The Punjab governor was also given souvenir.
Pakistan has completed over 80 percent work on Kartarpur Corridor and construction work has entered into its final phase now. Sources had said the construction work will be completed before the eve of 550 birth anniversary of Guru Nanak this year in November.
“Construction of main road, bridge on Ravi River and border terminal buildings from zero line to Gurdwara Sahib has almost been completed,” a senior engineer of the project had said.
Some renovation and construction of Gurdwara Sahab Complex is also left which hopefully along other remaining work will be completed before the assigned time.
This Corridor will provide Indian Sikh pilgrims visa-free access to the Gurdwara in Kartarpur Sahib.