Pakistan, India Kartarpur talks positive

Lahore: Pakistan Sunday said positive development had taken place during talks on Kartarpur Corridor in

meeting between Pakistan and India.

Briefing media at Wagha, Foreign Office spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal said that consensus have been

reached on eighty percent issues regarding Kartarpur Corridor, whereas rest of the issues will also be

resolved during future talks.

Dr Faisal said that specific details will be shared with public after the agreement. He said that the purpose of

opening the corridor is establishing peace.

Earlier, before resumption of talks Dr Faisal said that under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s direction and

promise, Pakistan was fully committed for materializing Kartarpur Sahib Corridor into reality for 550th birth

anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

He said that work on Pakistan side is proceeding speedily with more than 70 % of Gurdwara Complex,

Terminal Building and Road completed.