For the First Time Since the Independence: PIA will land on the Indian Soil Taking Hindu Pilgrims on Board


After the arrival of Indian tourists in Pakistan earlier this month, Pakistani tourists will also fly to India on January 29 on a special Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight for the first time in 75 years.

Pilgrims used to travel to each other’s lands on foot or by Samjhauta Express. According to Ramesh Kumar, Member of the National Assembly and Chairman of the Pakistan Hindu Council, an agreement was made between the PIA and Air India to promote religious tourism between the two neighboring countries.


This news was welcomed whole-heartedly, especially because of the long-lasting rumored rivalry among India and Pakistan. This is just the beginning and, the people are looking forward to more humble gestures between the two neighboring countries. It is certain that both governments are appreciative of this initiative and are ready to encourage peace and tolerance for each other’s religions.

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