India issues visa to 249 Pakistani pilgrims to visit Ajmer Sharif

India issues visa to 249 Pakistani pilgrims to visit Ajmer Sharif

India Issued Visa To Pakistan Pilgrims: India has issued visas to 249 Pakistani pilgrims coming from Pakistan at the shrine of Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer. The official said that the government issued visas to 249 people from Pakistan to visit the shrine of Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer, Rajasthan. 488 applicants applied for visas, but only 249 pilgrims got visas.

The spokesperson of the ministry said that all pilgrims from Pakistan have been informed to reach Lahore. Along with this, he said that all the pilgrims will leave for India on Tuesday. He said that six officials have been deputed to look after the pilgrims during their stay in India. Along with this, the spokesperson said that only one of them has been allowed to accompany the pilgrims. Under the Protocol on Visits to Religious Places signed by India and Pakistan in September 1974, both countries allow pilgrims to visit. In addition, it has been observed that both sides routinely deny visas to pilgrims on various grounds.

The tradition of spreading the flag started in 1928
The flag of the 811th annual Urs of Sufi saint Moinuddin Chishti’s tomb in Ajmer was hoisted on January 18 at the Buland Darwaza along with the Gauri family in all traditions. Hazrat Syed Abdul Sattar Badshah Jaan started the tradition of spreading the flag in the year 1928. After which Lal Mohammad played this path from 1944 to 1991, then Moinuddin Gauri hoisted the flag till the year 2006. Since then till now this ritual is being performed by the Fakhruddin Gauri family.

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