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A delegation of Hindu pilgrims reached Pakistan on the occasion of Mahashivratri

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Lahore: A delegation of Hindu pilgrims has reached Pakistan to celebrate the festival of Maha Shiv Ratri. The delegation will stay from March 6 to 12 to perform religious rituals.

According to the details, more than hundred Hindu pilgrims reached Pakistan to celebrate the religious festival of Maha Shivratri. The delegation of Hindu pilgrims reached Lahore via Joint Check Post Wagah, where they were received by the officers of the Abandoned Waqf Property Board.

After a one-day stay in Lahore, the Hindu pilgrims will proceed to the Katas Raj Temple in Chakwal, where the main event of Shivratri will be held on March 9.

Rana Shahid Saleem, Additional Secretary of Abandoned Waqf Property Board, Shrines, said that all possible facilities will be provided to the Indian guests during the seven-day stay.

Hindu pilgrims will also perform pooja at the Krishna temple in Lahore and will return to India on March 12 via the Wagah border.

Head of the delegation Vishu Bajaj thanked the Punjab Rangers for the excellent security arrangements at JCP Wagah.

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