Pilgrims’ group from Pakistan reaches Ajmer to participate in Urs of Ajmer Sharif
Pakistani Zaireens (pilgrims), after a gap of two years reached Ajmer to participate in the Urs of Ajmer Sharif on Wednesday morning. The group of about 240 Pakistani Zaireens will stay here till the first week of February.
These pilgrims entered the country from the Attari border and boarded a train from Amritsar railway station at around 1.30 pm on Tuesday. Four special coaches were arranged for the pilgrims.
The Stay arrangements for the group have been made at Central Girls School of Ajmer.
Local Police, allied security forces, CID and IB officers have been deployed for security at the stay facility of the Pak group. The district police and CID zone of Ajmer are on alert.
The leader of the group Mohammad Mansoor said to the media that the group of Pak Zaireen could not come to Urs for two years due to Covid.
“We will pray to Ajmer Sharif for good relations between India and Pakistan,” said Mansoor.
Mansoor expressed happiness over the arrangements made by the Government of India from Attari to Ajmer. The pilgrims will offer Chadar and Nazrana to Ajmer Sharif.
Notably, Pak pilgrims have been coming to participate in the Urs of Khwaja Garib Nawaz for the last 49 years under the religious visa agreement signed between both countries. This time 488 pilgrims had applied for the religious visa but the Indian government granted the visa to 249 pilgrims.