PM felicitates Sikh community on Guru Nanak’s birth anniversary, vows to provide all facilities

News Desk

The Prime Minister Imran Khan has assured the Sikh Community that their holy sites in Pakistan will be protected and all possible facilities will be made available to them.

According to media reports, the Prime Minister has amde these remarks in a video message on the occasion of 551st Birthday of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji on Sunday.

Imran Khan felicitated the Sikh community on the 551st Birthday of the founder of the Sikh Religion. He said that we have completely revamped Hassan Abdal Railway Station to facilitate Sikh pilgrims, who come to their sacred site at Panja Sahib.

The Prime Minister has said that all facilities have been provided at the railway station.

“Nankana Sahib and Kartarpur are the two most sacred sites of Sikhs. These sites are as sacred to Sikhs as Makkah and Madinah are sacred to the Muslims,” he added.

The Premier made it clear that his government is committed to preserve and protect holy sites of all religions, including Churches, temples and places relating to Buddhism as well as the Gandhara civilization.