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156 Sikh pilgrims return to India via Samjhota Express.

ISLAMABAD -- One hundred fifty six Sikh pilgrims have left for India after staying in Pakistan for ten days to attend Jor Mela.

According to private news channel, the guests termed their visit extremely joyful as locals took very good care of them.

While seeing them off at the railway station, Chairman Evacuee Board Sadique Al Farooq has said that the Sikh pilgrims are carrying the message of love and peace from Pakistan.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:Jun 18, 2016
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