Islamabad, New Delhi ink Kartarpur Corridor accord


ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India on Thursday inked the Kartarpur Corridor accord under which the passageway will remain open from dawn to dusk daily.

The ceremony to sign the agreement was held at the Zero Line on the Narowal border.

Speaking to the media after signing of the accord, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal said the yatrees (pilgrims) will have to return to their country the same day of their entry into Pakistan.

$20 will be charged from each visitor under the head of service charges, he added.