The Sikh Pilgrims were stopped by Indian authorities at Attari border today.
According to the reports of Baaghitv, the Indian authorities stopped the Sikh pilgrims from entering into Pakistan at Attari-Wagah border crossing today. Around 200 Sikh Pilgrims were issued visas by the Pakistani High Commission in New Delhi to participate in their rituals. Special arrangements were made by Pakistan in this regard and a special train was sent to Attari railway crossings to take pilgrims to their concerned place, where they were to participate in religious festivals and perform rituals.
But Indian authorities continue to display their prejudice against Pakistan and stopped those Sikh Pilgrims from crossing into Pakistan. Reacting to this attitude of Indian authorities, Sikh Pilgrims condemned this decision and staged a sit-in against this move and chanted slogans against Central Indian Government.