Pakistan Interior Secy visits Golden Temple
PRESS TRUST OF INDIA
Amritsar, Mar 27: Pakistan Interior Secretary Chaudhary Qamar Zaman today visited the Golden Temple here responding to a "divine call" and said he prayed for the betterment of India-Pakistan relations.
"It was a very unexpected opportunity we got because of the delay of the flight and that was something... 'jo hum kehte bulawa aaya tha...' (what we say a divine call)," he said on reaching the Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi.
The Pakistan Interior Secretary said he prayed for better relations between India and Pakistan.
"Hum wahan behtarin taluqat ke liye dua mangey (I prayed for better ties)," Zaman, who wore a blue head gear while visiting the 16th century temple, said. He was accompanied by other Pakistani delegation members.
He told reporters here, "Pakistan Government would not allow anybody to take forcible possession of land belonging to Gurdwaras in Lahore."
He also said land belonging to Sikh religious places will not be allowed to be sold in his country.
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