Indian citizens in possession of a valid passport may apply for a religious tourism visa at Pakistan’s embassy in Abu Dhabi or consulate in Dubai.

Dr Ramesh Vankwani, patron-in-chief of the Pakistan Hindu Council and a member of the Pakistan National Assembly, and the country’s national carrier signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU). Flights will depart from the UAE and other nations across the world for the Pakistani districts of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, transporting Hindu pilgrims to the sacred locations.

“I am overjoyed since signing this MoU on behalf of the Pakistan Hindu Council is a significant achievement.” We are one nation, and PIA shown that. “It has been demonstrated that all religions are allowed to conduct their rites in Pakistan,” Ramesh Vankwani stated.

He stated that monthly flights from Dubai and Karachi to Peshawar will be available for Hindu pilgrims who wish to visit the grave of Shri Param Hans Ji Maharaj. The flights will begin in January 2022, making it easier for national and foreign pilgrims to visit Teri Temple in Karak.

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