Demand to resume India-Pak bus, train services before Guru Nanak’s birth anniversary gains strength | India News

AMRITSAR: Ahead of the birth anniversary of Sikh’s first master, Guru Nanak Dev, in November, the demand for resuming the Punjab Aab bus service and Samjhauta Express rail service between India and Pakistan is gaining strength.
While demanding the resumption of train and bus services between the two nations, former president of SAD(D), Paramjit Singh Sarana, asked why the “samjhauta (agreement)” was broken in the first place. “The bus and train services were a boon for the people of both the nations, not only for the pilgrims. It was the most convenient mode of transport for the divided families across the two countries,” Sarna said, adding SAD(D) would put forward its demand before the Centre as well as with Pakistan Sikh Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee to put pressure on the Pakistan government for the resumption of these suspended services ahead of Baba Nanak’s birth…

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