Key issues such as connectivity at Zero Point and the number of pilgrims to be allowed through the Kartarpur corridor will be discussed on Sunday when Indian and Pakistani delegates hold a meeting on modalities related to the project, government sources said. The meeting will take place at the Attari-Wagah border on the Pakistani side. They said India will also flag its concerns over the security aspect. New Delhi had earlier conveyed its strong concerns to Pakistan over the presence of a leading Khalistani separatist in a committee appointed by Islamabad on the project.
Matters related to the modalities of the corridor, who can use the corridor and its facilities, will be discussed. Besides this, the documents required for movement of pilgrims, the number of people to be allowed would be on the meeting agenda, sources said. They would also discuss the issue of connectivity at the Zero Point, they added. Sources here said India has high expectations from the upcoming meeting and hoped that issues like connectivity at the Zero point and visit of large number of pilgrims on the special occasions will be discussed thoroughly. Read more