LAHORE: After performing their religious rituals in Pakistan for 10 days, the Sikh Yatrees left for their country through Wahga Railway Station, on Saturday.
The Yatrees reached Pakistan on April 12 from India to celebrate Baisakhi festival through special trains. Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) and other relevant departments had made foolproof security arrangements besides immigration, customs, bank and medical camp facilities at Wahga railway station to facilitate the pilgrims.
The Sikh Yatrees visited Punja Sahib Hassanabdal to celebrate Baisakhi on April 14.
Published in The Express Tribune, April 22nd, 2018.
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