India has asked Pakistan to attend to repair and reconstruction of parts of Kartarpur Sahib Gurudwara that were damaged in a storm, Live Mint reported.
The Gurudwara in Pakistan's Narowal district, built where the founder of the Sikh faith, Guru Nanak Dev, lived the last years of his life, is highly revered by followers of the faith and other worshippers in India and the world.
According to media reports, a person familiar with the developments said, "India has taken up the issue of the collapse of domes of the holy Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib with Pakistan. It has been highlighted that the damage to the structures in the holy Gurudwara has caused great consternation to the members of the Sikh community."
"Their strong sense of faith and devotion to the holy site must be fully understood and appreciated. India has urged Pakistan that in deference to the sentiments of the Sikh community, the deficiencies which led to the damage to the newly constructed structures be urgently rectified and remedied," the person added.
On Saturday (April 18, 2020) at least two domes of Gurudwara collapsed due in the thunderstorm and high-speed wind in the area.