New Delhi, Dec 7: A Hindu jatha (group of pilgrims) will visit Katas Raj Temples in Pakistan on December 17 via the Attari-Wagah border following the Indian Government’s permission. Pilgrims from India normally visit the Katas Raj twice a year, once in February during Maha Shivratri and again in November/December.
Kendrya Sanatan Dharam Sabha (KSDS) President Shiv Partap Bajaj said, “The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has granted us permission to visit Katas Raj Temples. The MEA has also informed about our visit to the Pakistan Government, besides demanding the list of pilgrims who will go for the pilgrimage. 200 pilgrims can visit Pakistan.”