Pakistan military chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s absence from the opening ceremony of the Kartarpur corridor remained in the news during the ceremony. The corridor was inaugurated by Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. During this, Sikh devotees and dignitaries from all over the world were present. Pakistan newspaper ‘The News’ reported that General Bajwa did not attend the ceremony. There was a discussion among people about this. Apart from the important people of Pakistan, the devotees were also asked about them, who said that they wanted to take a selfie with Bajwa. People were constantly asking ‘when will General Bajwa come.’
Earlier, General Bajwa participated enthusiastically with Prime Minister Imran Khan in laying the foundation stone of Kartarpur corridor. At that time it was said that an attempt has been made to give the message that there is complete coordination between the civilian government and the government of Pakistan in this matter.
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But, just before the inauguration of the corridor, the differences between the government and the army came to light when the army said that passports would be compulsory for Indian pilgrims coming to Kartarpur, whereas Imran had earlier said that pilgrims would be able to come without passports. After the statement of the army spokesman, Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry clarified that devotees will be able to come without passport at the inauguration of the corridor.
However, after this, India made it clear that in the agreement between the two countries for the visit to Kartarpur, the documents which have been made mandatory to be held by the devotees, will remain an imperative. Pakistan cannot change agreement unilaterally