For the first time in 75 years, Pakistani pilgrims will come to India by a special PIA flight

New Delhi: Passengers from Pakistan will arrive in India on a special chartered flight of Pakistan Airlines International (PIA) for the first time in 75 years. Pakistan Hindu Parishad patron and Hindu MP of ruling Imran Khan's party, Dr Ramesh Kumar Vankwani, has informed that he will lead a delegation of Pakistani pilgrims to visit India on January 29.

Let us know that Pakistani devotees will come to India for three days. During his stay in India, he will visit Dargah Nizamuddin Auliya Delhi, Dargah Khwaja Garib Nawaz Ajmer Sharif and Taj Mahal Agra, a monument of the Mughal rule. In a bid to promote religious tourism, Dr Ramesh Kumar said that an Air India flight from Delhi to Peshawar will be run on February 20 next month so that Indian passengers get an opportunity to visit the samadhi of Ramhans ji Maharaj and the TERI temple.

Speaking to the media, Dr Vankwani said, "Pakistani pilgrims will be taken by a special PIA flight to visit religious places in India, while Indian pilgrims will reach Pakistan by Air India flights." Dr. Vankwani confirmed that the series of flights between the two countries has been started on a monthly basis.

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