India has expressed hope that an agreement will soon be reached between the two countries regarding the operation of the Kartarpur Corridor to be built between Pakistan and India. Along with this, India has also asked Pakistan not to impose a fee of $ 20 on Indian devotees. Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravish Kumar said that after several rounds of talks between India and Pakistan on the Kartarpur corridor, it has been agreed in almost every case except the imposition of service charges on the devotees.
He hoped that it would be signed soon before the historic 550th festival of lights.
Pakistan is insisting on levying a fee of around $ 20 to Rs 1420 on all pilgrims. He said that India has requested Pakistan not to impose this fee in view of the feelings and interests of the devotees. Along with this, this corridor is being opened due to the initiative of the people (Peeppool to Peeppool). He hoped that it would be signed soon before the historic 550th festival of lights. Please tell that in the final draft sent to Pakistan, India has retained the proposal to recover 3120 Pakistani rupees ($ 20) from the Indian devotees who come to visit Kartarpur Sahib.