ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday inaugurated historical Kartarpur Corridor project on the eve of 550th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak.

As per details, PM Imran Khan has inaugurated the historical Kartarpur Corridor project in a bid to facilitate Sikh pilgrims willing to visit the shrine of their religious figure.

The ceremony was attended by former Indian premier Manmohan Singh, Navjot Singh Sidhu, Sunny Deol and Indian Punjab’s Chief Minister along with several other dignitaries from Pakistan and India.

Talking to the gathering PM Imran said, “This is a historic project and completed before my expectations, the Kartarpur Corridor will bring the two neighbours closer.”

In his message to Narendra Modi he said, “Imagine working together, let’s co-exist as humans as it will alleviate poverty and hunger from the region.”

“A leader always unites people, never divides them,” said PM Imran.

“A true leader does not earn votes by spreading hatred,” he added.

“Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) united the people and taught his followers to respect the humanitarian values,” he further added.

Highlighting the Kashmir issue he said, “I have always wanted to improve the ties with India but unfortunately at the moment the region is suffering from worst humanitarian crisis as eight million people have been made hostage by the Indian Military.”

“I have did my part by opening the Kartarpur Corridor now its Modi’s turn to understand the situation by lifting the curfew in the Occupied Kashmir,” he concluded.