Today, India and Pakistan will hold a dialogue to discuss the modalities on Kartarpur Corridor project on Thursday at Attari, near Amritsar.
This will be followed by an Indian delegation’s visit to Islamabad on March 28. A Pakistani delegation will visit India for this meet.
Visa-free access to the corridor, linking Gurudwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan’s Kartarpur town to Gurdaspur district in Punjab, are expected to be raised in the meeting.
The Indian delegation will comprise of representative of the Home Ministry, External Affairs Ministry, Border Security Force, National Highways Authority of India and Punjab government, reported news agency PTI. New Delhi is also likely to ask Islamabad to insulate them from any propaganda by Khalistani separatists, added the report.
Meanwhile, Pakistan expressed disappointment over India’s decision to not issue visas to Pakistani journalists to cover the first historic meet on Kartarpur Corridor between the two nations.
The meeting comes amid simmering tensions between the two nations and exactly a month after the Pulwama terror attack on February 14 that claimed the lives of 40 CRPF jawans.