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Indian Army issues guidelines for personnel wishing to visit Kartarpur in Pakistan

IndiaTimes Friday, 6 December 2019
According to Army sources, guidelines have been issued twice in November for the personnel who wish to visit the most revered shrine of Sikhs in Pakistan through the recently-opened Kartarpur corridor.
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